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  • No doubt about it

    No doubt Shakespeare possessed great literary skill. I think that much remains clear. I do know there has been some controversy about him, his pen name, and whether or not he actually created the works he is most known for. His name is attached to them, so what? They remain infamous.

  • Shakespeare was not a fraud.

    Shakespeare was an amazing playwright, and a genius. His many literary works have been part of our youth from as far back as we remember. How could someone with that much talent ever be even considered a fraud. His work on Romeo and Juliet alone proved him to be great!

  • No, definitely not!

    William Shakespeare was a genius of literary work. He wrote great poetry and plays that are still being read and acted out today. Very few writers literary work is amazing and people know who he is after hundreds of years later. His work is amazing and he really makes a person think and reevaluate his life.

  • Shakespeare was not a fraud.

    Shakespeare was an amazing playwright, and a genius. His many literary works have been part of our youth from as far back as we remember. How could someone with that much talent ever be even considered a fraud. His work on Romeo and Juliet alone proved him to be great!

  • Shakespeare Was Not a Fraud

    Regardless of how you feel about Shakespeare’s body of work, or with what angst you had to endure long hours, forced to toil reading to try and grasp an understanding of his material to fulfill an educational requirement, there is no doubt the man was a brilliant literary genius. His work has spanned centuries, been cast in countless theatrical venues, including the big screen cinema, and survives today in the lives of many a scholarly literature buff. Not only was Shakespeare not a fraud, he was a marvelous contributor to world literature.

  • No Shakespeare was not a fraud

    No, I do not believe that Shakespeare was a fraud but was instead a very prolific writer. Even though there are claims that try to prove that Shakespeare was a fraud and did not do his own work, I do not believe that these claims warrant any credibility and that every thing Shakespeare did was his own original work.

  • No, Shakespeare is not a fraud.

    While there is some evidence that Shakespeare did not compose all of his plays by himself, he nevertheless had the thought of bringing his plays to life through stage plays and actors. Originality is an almost foreign concept, as many ideas have already been thought of by someone else. It is impossible to trace the origins of an idea.


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