Who wrote Shakespeare's plays?

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2. The Oxford arguments refer Why Shakespeare could not have authored his works because of spelling Oxford Authorship Argument at Absolute Shakespeare

3. h Oxfordians argue that there is no definitive record of Shakespeare of Stratford being directly credited with writing the plays and sonnets credited to him Oxford Authorship Argument at Absolute Shakespeare

4. a major argument of Oxfordians is William Barksted's 1607 poem Mirrha, which referred to the Bard in the past tense. This suggests William must have died before this date Oxford Authorship Argument at Absolute Shakespeare


6. hard evidence surfaces linking his plays to someone else, the man with the strongest claim to the plays of William Shakespeare appears to be William Shakespeare

6.1. Oxford died in 1604, and some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays including King Lear,The Tempest and ,Macbeth were published after that date

7. Shakespeare’s authorship and attempts to identify a more educated, worldly and high-born candidate, Stratfordians contend, reveal not only misguided snobbery but a striking disregard. Did Shakespeare really write his own plays?