The alleged lack of such indications led experts to conclude that a Shakespeare authorship issue did not and does not exist. But traces could not be found a) as long as experts were only looking for texts related to a man named Shake-speare and b) as long as experts showed no readyness for -->reasonable doubt about the identity of William Shakespeare (Stratford).
Between -->Jonson and ["the true"]Shakespeare a considerable rivalry must have existed throughout their lifes. Jonson must have suffered from the superiority of his mighty literary opponent and he seems to have threatened (even blackmailed) him: should he ever treat him with disdain, he would reveal his identity and name ...(S.Epigrams 30 and 38)
(E.XXX "it were madnesse in thee , to betray thy fame,and person to the world; ere [before] I thy name" )
(E.XXXVIII "if you loose your shame, I'le loose my modestie, and tell your name").
Is there any other significant contemporary poet which Jonson feared and which he could have meant with the guilty person?