Shakespeare expert Gary Taylor told the Guardian that they underestimated the amount of Shakespeare’s collaborative work: In 1986 8 (>20%) of 39 plays were identified on their title pages as collaborative, in 2016 it were 17 of 44 Plays (>38%)
Henry VI parts 1, 2 and 3 are among those plays that they now believe contain writing by Christopher Marlowe: They had been able to verify Marlowe’s presence strongly and clearly enough.- Gary Taylor: We can now be confident that they didn’t just influence each other, but that they worked with eachg other.<Rivals sometime collaborate“
We have added evidence from phrases that occur in the passage being tested. Marlowe’s works contain many more such parallels than any other playwright,” Taylor added.
How could such a bizarre assumption of "Shakespeare as a teamplayer"(s.Blog 448) arise, derived exclusively on statistical contextual analysis. -Is absurdity even possible to improve?