Who really wrote shakespeares work Essay

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Who really wrote Shakespeare's works?

One of the most well-known writers in history is also one of the most controversial writers. William Shakespeare has been credited to thirty-eight plays, but did he actually write all of them. The debate whether he wrote all of his plays has been debated for generations. One of the main reasons was if his education level was high enough to be a world-famous writer. But if Shakespeare didn't write his works, then who did?
One of the most controversial and accused writers was Sir Francis Bacon. Sir Francis Bacon was a great scientist and a great writer. He was a well-educated man and his educated level was higher and more advanced than William Shakespeare. He had enough education to write master
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The Earl of Oxford stopped writing at an early age, but thought still to be writing under the name of Shakespeare after. The fact that the Earl died before some of Shakespeare's last plays were produced really hurt the argument that de Vere wrote Shakespeare's works.

Other writers such as William Stanley, Earl of derby, Ben Johnson, Thomas Middleton, Sir Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth I and Christopher Marlowe. Christopher Marlowe would have been the perfect ghost writer. He was killed in a tavern fight in 1953. Legend has it that Christopher Marlowe really didn't die. He was a spy of the Queen and able to fake his death. Supposedly Marlowe went on writing the works credited to Shakespeare for many years under the pin name of Shakespeare.

The fact that there is no really convincing evidence the story is at the back of the line. Ever since Shakespeare death many have tried to discredit Shakespeare as the writer, but none have seriously threatened the man from Stratford.

In 1564, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford, a small town in northwest of London. His father name was John Shakespeare and his mother was Mary Arden Shakespeare. John Shakespeare was a glove maker and also held a position in the local government. When William Shakespeare was seven when he attended the Stratford Grammar School. This school was a strict, dull and demanding school. The teacher's weren't known for stirring the

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