A poet who had to give up his identity and name
to conceal himself and write under pseudonyms...
(e.g. alias Shak-spere, alias Drayton? alias many others....)
unimaginable, unbelievable, ridiculous... yes! for ignorants.....
He concluded that "beyond any reasonable doubts", both hands resulted from the same author. - s.Faksimile)
How can that be?
1 month prior to Shakspear's death 1616 "Shakspear, Drayton and Ben Jonson had a merry meeting and, it seems drank too hard for Shakespear died of a feavour there contracted.".....(s.Faksimile)
What on earth Drayton had do in Stratford ?
1 month prior to his death Shakspere (Stratford) signed the draft of his will. Someone else [not William of Stratford] must have written it down.
Since the handwriting of "Shakspere's" will is identical to the hand D of the anonymous play "Sir Thomas More" (compare green and yellow lines, ) you may come to the conclusion that the assumed writer of Hand D ("Shake-speare") was the writer of the will , but it was not William of´Stratford.- - (Drayton must be discussed as early penname of the true poet. (study a bunch of plausible arguments blog 324, 323, 274).-
loose leaf of "The Massacre of Paris" ascribed to Marlowe
page of Shakspere's will, written by a scribe
loose leaf of the play "Sir Thomas More" (Hand D) ascribed to Shakespeare