Struck-Schloen Frank Günther Tobias Döring
Michael Struck-Schloen on Jan.4th 2014 interviewed Frank Günther, best known contemporary German translator of Shakespeare in
Klick-->" Radio WDR3 Saturday talk [at time 25,50 min]" .
Naturally, he also sought to focus attention for a moment on today's authorship doubts and debates.
Frank Günther's conclusion was that we have an awful lot of knowledge about Shakespeare as a person, on Shakespeare's outer Curriculum, but we just do not know the inner biography ,
... he just has not written any letter (...) a more or less boring life of a businessman , an absolutely unspectacular career.[translation]
Such a view of the " Banality" of the Bard - (identical to the view of Prof. Tobias Döring, President of the German Shakespeare Society, ( s.Blog.Nr 6,8,20,29,31,48 ) inevitably had to arise as long as one was forced to form a “post festum” image of a personality deducted only from the sparse sources, rather than to question whether there might be some "reasonable reasons" how and why it came to such a " precarious " point of view .