This is a terrific book, only about a third of which directly addresses who authored those works ascribed to William Shakespeare. The rest explores our beliefs regarding authorship in general; how what we say about authors -- and history, for that matter -- often tells more about us than it does about our subject. I so enjoyed this audiobook, I bought the iBook (ePub) version as a reference, and gave it as a Christmas gift to four friends.
Discovering Sigmund Freud annoyed his friends by his consuming interest in the Shakespeare authoring problem.
A nice English accent appropriate to the book's author and subject.
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