->Irrefutabe logic arguments led him to the conviction that John Florio (Note: the author with that name) must be congruent/identical(?) with William Shakespeare (Note: the author who created the canon): Florio, a gifted translator, linguist and propagator of Italian, French and Spanish languages and cultures in the England of the Tudors and Stuarts assumes his true identity as the author of the plays and poems attributed to a Stratford actor, William Shakspere).
No doubt, Tassinari has made a great number of significant points, and evidently there are many sorts of intrinsic - not fully understood- connections between Florio and Shakespeare. But, Tassinari's final conclusion of a personal identity between Florio and Shakespeare for significant reasons -as I assume- is incorrect, as long as he takes the personal identity of John Florio for granted....
At the end of the last of his four small videos (click below!) Tassinari formulated his conviction:
"....what I understood, is that Florio tried to reveal his own identity, but that was an impossible revelation, because it was already too late, to reveal himself...the melancholic aspect of the "Tempest" is the result of this impossibility to reveal his own identity at the end of his career, 1611,.This is the revelation, this is the beginning of. ..?"
According to the ->Marlowe-Theory and "Philosophy" of this website surviving Marlowe throughout his life constantly concealed his identity by changing his pseudonyms, thus also having used the name Florio with possible connections to Michel Angelo Florio.
July 12, 2013 S.Frampton in an ->article of the Guardian "Who edited Shakespeare?" asked if Florio was involved in Editing the First Folio and if passages therein may be his work..- Yes it seems higly probable that our poet-genius (Note: the author who created the canon) , used Florio's name similar to Shake-speare's name as one of his multiple pseudonyms.
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