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Those who are not aware of the Marlowe /alias Shakespeare thesis will not be able to decode the deeper meaning of the complex puzzling poem "WILLOBIE HIS AVISA"-
The introductory poem "In prayse of Willobie his Avisa" gives us significant clues of the true author [Marlowe alias Shakespeare]. His author signs the poem with a significant contraritie: Vigilantius Dormitanus. The author is awake and alive [vigilantius, not dead] but at the same time nowhere around but asleep [dormitanus], which reminds one to another "contraritie" signature of a letter Malvolio reads in Shake-speare's "The Twefth Night" II/5:
The Fortunate Unhappy).
[Marlowe the Master of "Contrarities" :"Quod me nutrit me destruit" - s.german book excerpt!]
Only some month after the print of Shake-speare's Lucrece (1594) the author of "WILLOBIE HIS AVISA" in a strange dialectic manner confronted "Tarquin's plucking of his glistering Grape" with "Shake-speare's painting of poor Lucrece's rape" .-
Please notice!: It's the very first mentioning of the "literary" Shake-speare ever! Why his name is hyphenated?
(395) The stepwise disclosure of the multiple pennames of "the true"Shakespeare: H.W.[Henry Willobie?] Part 4
Vigilantius: Dormitanus: The revelation of the author [Marlowe] : he was alive but concealed/asleep -,
These and other observations of the poem clearly support the assumption, that "Willobie his Avisa" represent an early literary attempt of the author to reveal his personal situation to the "Upper-Class" of England on a sophisticated, metaphoric level .- Who else in 1594 might have been this author?
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