Hammond:(->Video)."... They have triumphantly vindicated the authorship hypothesis that I have put forward in 2010" (s.Blog 281 Video's 2009/2015).- He underlined, that Shakespeare has written the "->Double Falsehood" together with a second author John Fletcher. Hammond :...."when Shakespeare was getting tired and looking up retirement he was grooming a young writer called John Fletcher as a kind of a form of succession planning....
Please read a few times this short excerpt of 5 consecutive poems [Faksimile], where Fletcher describes his personal state.(from page 3 of his "Christes Bloody Sweat, or the son of God in his agony 1613- A cycle of 315 poems (ababcc))
Can it be that the mental state expressed here corresponded to the one distributed by John Fletcher 1613, 3 years prior to Shakspeare's death?
Doesn't this description match exactly the anticipated fate of Marlowe? In 1613 did Shakespeare really build John Fletcher as his successor (as Hammond invents)? Was John Fletcher a Co-author of the retired Shakspere? Or is there a more plausible and logic theory?
*1 Some argue for John Ford