The gifted poet Marlowe , of the same age than Shakespeare, is plastically drawn in his diversity and magnitude. At the end of the novel , Shakespeares last journey traveling home by coach back to Stratford [1611? / 13?] is described in a strange way, without naming Shakespeare (but identifiable)
Translation from German: He [Shakespeare] was not happy, hardly any work was done, he was worried about the next, he made himself the fear of failure to worry about the next, always uncertain at the mercy of the public, , any success increased the fear of failure. Only the purchase of land [in Stratford] had subdued the fear . Estates were the only ones that gave security the only security in the world.. Piece by piece he had bought it together. He could go on the field and say : the pasture there is my Prince of Denmark, or: this slope of the hedge down to the creek : Macbeth.. London ... Never again!. In the small world of his prosperity he would spend his days., The storms of life caught -a gentleman. He was on target. House, yard, trees, fields gathered around him
Is it conceivable that one of the must renowned Shakespeare experts in Germany presents the greatest literary poet genius as a "Biedermann", who finally moved into his personal safety of its real estate holdings in Stratford?
Why Höfele has not included Shakespeare's name in contrast to all other contemporary real "people? Didn't he dare to do so?