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This collection brings together leading literary and cultural critics to explore the Authorship question as a social, cultural and even theological phenomenon and consider it in all its rich diversity and significance.
The article explores questions concerning the authorship of the work of playwright William Shakespeare during the late 16th century. Particular focus is given to the theory that Shakespeare's works were written by poet and dramatist Christopher Marlowe.