2.) It wouldn’t make any sense to discuss Marlowe's authorship under his penname "Shake-speare", unless we accept that he didn’t die but was forced by the crown (W.Cecil) to abandon his deadly threatened „first life“ (...a glorious life as the famous poet and Superstar of Londons stage), to feign his death, live a second concealed (banished) life in an inner or outer exile, with a permanent loss of his name (identity) and former reputation, disguised under masked identy(ies) and name(s) writing under varying pennames (such as Shake-speare)! .
3.) You may convince yourself that these life features dominate Shakespeare‘s plays in a conspicious and abundant way by making some simple „calculations“ with the help of todays internet Shakespeare Search Machines (such as „OpenSourceShakespeare“ and „Shakespeare Searched“)
There you learn how often and in how many Plays/poems Shakespeare used specific words ("thematic motifs") , such as
Word used Frequency (x times) Number of Plays/Poems
hid/e/ing/den 182 39
banish/ed /ment/ 166 25
shadow/ed/ing/y 113 31
disguis/ed 57 27
mask/ed 54 21
exile/d 34 12
dead-living 32 15
feign/ed 29 15
reput /e/ed/ation/ing 65
Academic Shakespeare experts do not estimate such "statistical" approaches! Are there any major reasons or life motives for William Shakspere (...who spent his whole life between Stratford and London) to deal excessively and continuously with thematic issues of "hiding", "banishment" ,"disguise", "exile" ,"masking" etc. This is barely to be understood.