Did Willy-boy Plagiarize Another Writer?
Los Angeles, CA— 2/25/2020 — Local author, Bob Boog, declared a major find in the Shakespeare authorship question and accuses William Shakespeare of being a plagiarist.
“For hundreds of years, who questioned the authorship of William Shakespeare?” asks Bob Boog, “No one did, because right on the title page anyone could see Shakespeare’s name. In addition, he acted in many of the plays. But that still doesn’t mean he didn’t do it.”
Many Shakespeare experts are quick to dismiss any claims to Shakespeare’s authorship. “It’s like Bigfoot,” says one expert. “People love to make things up. So, if it is true, the person should prove their nominee first. Let us judge the proof because most likely there is none.”
However, Boog insists that he does have proof. “If you have an open mind, you will see for yourself, because Ben Jonson tells us there are two individuals involved in this dispute. The smoking gun evidence can be seen in the Sonnets too – as well as the First Folio. I’m not crazy. The man from Stratford-upon-Avon did NOT create the poems, plays and sonnets that we attribute to William Shakespeare.”
Is this just talk? Boog doesn’t think so. He claims his evidence has been over-looked because people are busy. “Think about it logically, if a professor has doubts about whether a student wrote a paper by himself, the teacher will usually want to see hard proof. After all, who can write a beautiful sonnet, or a drama out of thin air? But what if there is none? If you are Shakespeare, an expert will make up an excuse. What if a student turns in an essay that does not compare to any of his previous work, won’t most teachers wonder what is going on? Yes, but again, not with Shakespeare. The experts will explain it away with even more excuses.”
Boog, a real estate agent from Los Angeles, claims he stumbled upon this evidence by accident because he enjoys writing songs and solving Sudoku puzzles as a hobby.
“I was staring at the First Folio and one word called to me. It was the word, “drawne”. I wondered to myself, hmm, why wasn’t the word “draw’de” used? “Draw’de is a Renaissance word that means the same thing as “drawne”. That’s when I realized, “drawde” is an anagram for the word “Edward”, right? And for years people like Mark Twain and Sigmund Freud have claimed Edward DeVere was really Shakespeare but he had to hide his identity. So, I looked down from “drawne” and guess what word showed up? D-E-V-E-R-E. I’m not making this up. You can see it for yourself in my book.”
Interested in learning more? If so, Boog is launching his 45-page Amazon Kindle book “Hang Shakespeare” this upcoming weekend: Saturday February 30 – midnight March 1, 2020. You can grab a FREE copy! It will also be available for free on March 15,2020 to celebrate the “Ides of March”.
(Note: the e-book normally costs $4.65 and is available for sale if you don’t want to wait.)
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