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Category: Shakespeare’s Plays

Twelfth Night

Some researchers say that Twelfth Night was written soon after “As You Like It” and “Hamlet” to be performed a year earlier on the 6th

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Richard III

Presumed to have been written from 1592-93 and entered in the Stationer’s Office on 20th of October 1597, followed by 1597 (Q1), 1598 (Q2), 1602

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The Tempest

The Tempest and its’ spurious link to “The Voyage of the Sea Venture” is the most quoted by academic Stratfordians to refute the Oxfordian assertions

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Henry IVth Part Two

Literary sources for this history play include Raphael Holinshed (c. 1528-c. 1580) who wrote “The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland” (2nd ed., 1587) and

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Much Ado About Nothing

Literary sources include Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533) from his “Orlando Furioso” (1516) of which the English translation by John Harington published in 1591 would have been

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Henry Vth

Literary sources for this history play include Raphael Holinshed (c. 1528-c. 1580) who wrote; “The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland” (2nd ed., 1587) as

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Hamlet

Literary sources for this seminal play include Thomas Kyd’s (1558-94). Ur-Hamlet (c. 1589) and Francois de Belleforest’s (1530-83). Histories Tragiques Book 5 (1570). Presumed to

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Troillus & Cressida

This is another tragedy, comedy or riddle play that is derived from Greek mythology or history namely The Illiad by Homer which relates the abduction

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