The Shakespearean Myth William Shakespeare and Circumstantial Evidence
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The Shakespearean Myth William Shakespeare and Circumstantial Evidence

By Appleton Morgan
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  • THE SHAKESPEAREAN MYTH
  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE AND CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE
    • Author Of "The Law Of Literature," "Notes To Best's Principles Of Evidence," Etc., Etc
    • TO D. T. MORGAN, ESQ.,
    • OF WHIP'S CROSS, WALTHAMSTOW, ESSEX, ENGLAND.
    • APPLETON MORGAN.
  • PREFACE.
  • THE SHAKESPEAREAN MYTH.
  • PART I. THE MYSTERY.
  • PART II. THE APPEAL TO HISTORY.
    • TO THE READER.
    • THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS
    • OF
    • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.
    • EPITAPH ON ELIAS JAMES. *
    • EPITAPH ON SIR THOMAS STANLEY. **
    • EPITAPH OX TOM-A-COMBE, OTHERWISE THIXBEARD. *
    • WHOM I HAVE DRUNKEN WITH. **
    • DAVID AND GOLIATH. ***
    • LAMPOON ON SIR THOMAS LUCY. **
    • ON THE KING.
    • ANOTHER VERSION OF THE LAMPOON. *
    • INSCRIPTION FOR HIS OWN TOMB.
  • PART III. THE JONSONIAN TESTIMONY.
  • PART IV. EXTRA SHAKESPEAREAN THEORIES: THE DELIA BACON THEORY.
    • THE DELIA BACON THEORY.
  • PART V. THE BACONIAN THEORY.
    • ****
  • PART VI. THE NEW THEORY—THE SONNETS—CONCLUSION.
    • "TO. THE. ONLIE. BEGETTER. OF
    • THESE. INSUING. SONNETS.
    • MR. W. H. ALL. HAPPINESSE.
    • AND. THAT. ETERNETIE.
    • PROMISED.
    • BY.
    • OUR. EVER. LIVING. POET.
    • WISHETH.
    • THE. WELL-WISHING.
    • ADVENTURER. IN.
    • SETTING
    • FORTH.
    • THE END.
  • INDEX
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