Shakespeare, Bacon, and the Great Unknown
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Shakespeare, Bacon, and the Great Unknown

By Andrew Lang
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Table of Contents
  • SHAKESPEARE BACON AND THE GREAT UNKNOWN
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • I THE BACONIAN AND ANTI-WILLIAN POSITIONS
  • II THE “SILENCE” ABOUT SHAKESPEARE
  • III THAT IMPOSSIBLE HE—THE SCHOOLING OF SHAKESPEARE
  • IV MR. COLLINS ON SHAKESPEARE’S LEARNING
  • V SHAKESPEARE, GENIUS, AND SOCIETY
  • VI THE COURTLY PLAYS: “LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST”
  • VII CONTEMPORARY RECOGNITION OF WILL AS AUTHOR
  • VIII “THE SILENCE OF PHILIP HENSLOWE”
  • IX THE LATER LIFE OF SHAKESPEARE—HIS MONUMENT AND PORTRAITS
  • X “THE TRADITIONAL SHAKSPERE”
  • XI THE FIRST FOLIO
  • XII BEN JONSON AND SHAKESPEARE
  • XIII THE PREOCCUPATIONS OF BACON
  • APPENDICES
    • APPENDIX I “TROILUS AND CRESSIDA”
    • APPENDIX II CHETTLE’S SUPPOSED ALLUSION TO WILL SHAKSPERE
  • FOOTNOTES
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