The supposed lack led experts to conclude that a Shakespearean authorship issue does not exist. But traces could not be found as long as experts were looking for literary outputs under the name of "Shakespeare". Jonson (who never mentioned the name Shakespeare throughout Shakspere’s lifetime! Why?) had promised a hidden poet (Marlowe alias Shakespeare?) not to identify him and to give his name (s.Epigramm LXXVII "To One that desired not to name him").
The epigramms XXX and XXXVIII seem to indicate that Jonson had him on toast?
Whom he could have meant in his epigrams 30, 38 and 77 ? Is "the one, that desired not be named" a guilty person (according to the law)? - In 1616 is there any other option but the "true" Shakespeare ?