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Shakespeare's Unorthodox Biography: New Evidence of an Authorship Problem re-opens the Authorship Question with an arsenal of new information and powerful arguments. It is the first major authorship book since 1916 without an ideological bias, and the first to undertake a systematic comparative analysis with other literary biographies. It was released in 2001 as no. 94 in Greenwood Press's academic series, "Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies," making it the first anti-Stratfordian book to be accepted in a peer-reviewed series. It was released in paperback in March/April 2013. New material in the paperback edition include:
• Analysis of Hand D (Shakespeare?) in the Sir Thomas More manuscript additions
• Reconsideration of the famous “Heywood Apology”
• Analysis of two annotations by George Buc, written on the title-pages of Locrine and George a Greene
• Henslowe’s “ne” annotation and its significance for play chronology
• Rebuttal to James Shapiro, Contested Will: Who Wrote Shakespeare? (Simon & Schuster, 2010)
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