I agree with A.R.M that highly prolific A.M. could not stop writing, could not put his quill pen down for more than a moment. His recorded output is astounding, at almost 100 works (excluding the Shake-Speare canon), and that he may have written much more under ever changing pennames [?think about N.Breton, W.Gager, G.Wither. W.Webbe, J.Clapham, L.Wright ] He was still only sixteen years old when he first appeared in print. He must have been well read, known many thing about other countries – particularly Italy – and would need some knowledge of the royal courts and foreign languages, including Latin and Greek, French, Italian, Spanish. He would also need a history of written works prior to the appearance of the Shakespeare canon. (A.M.)
Anthony Munday possessed all these qualifications. You will ask yourselve: “How has A.R.M. found evidence that everyone else has missed for nearly 400 years?”"
A.R.M. claims this his book is not an academic tome., but a story of Munday's life: Some content - he writes- is true, some is speculative truth and some is [unfortunately] honest fictional interpretation. The author believes it is as near to the truth as he can make it.
A.R.M seems to be on the right track ! there is, however, still a way to go!
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