He emphasizes at the very beginning , that he does not so, however, because he shares the view of the so-called "Anti-Stratfordians", who have constructed "conspiracy theories" (see also Blog Nr.15, and Blog Nr.50) to suggest, that someone else wrote the plays. Rather he bases his arguments on scholarships, which claim it obvious that Shakespeare's texts are the result of various kinds of cooperation (coauthorship, collaboration with actors, printers, intervention of editors). This is where the "Academic Authorship Taboo" comes full circle.
Did Erne really think of our poet Genius Shakespeare as a "teamplayer"? Why he didn't at least discuss the possibility that his alleged coworkers (like Peele, Middleton, Wilkins, Fletcher and such like) could have been constructed treacherous pseudonymous collaborators or Quisling's? (s.majority of →QUIZ Questions.)