<-"I assume that no serious Academic Shakespeare expert who is familiar with "Polimanteia(1595)", seems to have tried to understand,
1. why its author W.C. is asking the reader already on "the title page" (and throughout the book) to "judge his fall" (what is meant by this ? the fall of whom?) and
2. that is was not the fall of an unknown clergy man ->William Cowell or writer -> William Clerke, but the fall of Marlowe: he clearly identifies himself throughout the book as an outstanding exceptional wit, as the concealed author Christopher Marlowe alias Shakespeare / Drayton/ W.C./ etc.
"Polimanteia" means "Multiple Meanings". In a breath taking literary performance the author combines his mixture of literary dexterity and skill with his own destiny. On the surface "first" level you will be given the means to judge the "historical decline" (fall) of the Commonwealth (England), on a "second" deeper level, however, you are asked to judge the fall of single person, a Commonwealth. (Christopher Marlowe)
Significant and powerful arguments (<-- click german subchapter 11) imply that W.C. is a pseudonym of the author of "POLIMANTEIA" the "true" Shakespeare [alias Marlowe].(s.upcoming Blogs)
POLIMANTEIA" represents 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, other than concealed Marlowe, may have been the author in 1595? ( See the writers mentioned in 1595 correspond to a large extent to the marginal writers listed in Polimanteia (Faksimile - most likely Pennames of the concealed author)
(403) The stepwise disclosure of the multiple pennames of the true Shakepeare: W.C.[William Clarke] Polimanteia P.1
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