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Declaration of Reasonable Doubt | Shakespeare Authorship Coalition at DoubtAboutWill.org

A luminous group of anti-Stratfordians write: Not one play, not one poem, not one letter in Mr. Shakspere’s own hand has ever been found. He divided his time between London and Stratford, a situation conducive to correspondence. Early scholars naturally expected that at least some of his correspondence would have survived. Yet the only writings said to be in his own hand are six shaky, inconsistent signatures on legal documents,…