In his summary he concluded (using appropriate examples of "Anthony and Cleopatra", "Richard II", "King Lear", "Coriolanus") that the
"....Shakespearean tragic hero undergoes, when faced with severe adversity, a loss of identity. This crisis is signalled by the loss of his title and name. Towards the end of his career, the name or some dignified name and identity are recovered, but not the title. "
This situation of Shakepeare's tragic heros corresponds perfectly to Marlowe's assumed autobiographic situation of a permanent loss of identity , name and titles..thus supporting the Shakespeare Marlowe theory without force and compulsion...
What may be the reason, that the Marlowe Theory is not allowed to be conceived even as a (working) hypothesis?
(see also -->Blog 9 Stephen Greenblatt)