Consider that »Brittania's Pastorals" was written and printed in the year 1616 when William of Stratford died.- The author tells us »if thou see fair honour careless lie, without a tomb for after memory« . »Dwell by the grave, and teach all those that pass »To imitate, by showing who it was«).
Book III, (First song) contains the following lines [numerated] :
▷l. 00 Now a dead soul entomb'd within a living grave.
▷l.217 Or, if thou see fair honour careless lie,
Without a tomb for after memory,
Dwell by the grave, and teach all those that pass
To imitate, by showing who it was.
This way, Remembrance, thou may’st do some good
▷l.400 if thou hear me speak. take thy home
receive into this dismal living tomb
▷l.578 Let my unblemished name meet with a tomb
Deservedly unspurn’d, and at home
▷l.628..........................there can nought come
From them to mee, unless it be a tomb,
And that I hold already
▷l.648… .............................and by it I am come
To find a living man within a tomb.
▷l.137(Elegy) But to sit weeping on a senseless tomb
That hides not dust enough to count the tears«
Will anybody make me believe, that in the year of William Shakspere’s death in Stratford (1616) there was an unknown literate William Browne who complained in his seemingly first poetical invention ( please study Contents and Quality ) about his extrordinary personal situation of a „living dead“ If somebody is dead it‘s not easy to write about his own entombment, unless it corresponds to a concealed metaphor, the Marlowe/Shakspere & Aliases deception !
This Blog Content has been taken as one from numerous examples of circumstantial evidences for the „Marlowe Theory“ from the german book „The true Shakespeare: Christopher Marlowe