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The Six So-Called Signatures of William Shakspere of Stratford and ‘Hand D’ in the Manuscript of the Shakespeare Play Sir Thomas More Written by Francis Bacon

by A. Phoenix.


The complex manuscript of Sir Thomas More written by Bacon was produced in his literary workshop in a process that saw him direct its various scribes and copyists as it evolved over a period of many years which accounts to a large extent for its complicated state. The so-called Original Text comprising sixteen leaves is a fair copy or transcription of his manuscript (‘foul papers’) or a copy of the complete play as he initially first conceived it. The Additions some directly dictated by Bacon to his scribes and the copyists working from earlier drafts required later revisions and amendments and other forms of authorial and editorial intervention.

Some aspects of the seemingly impenetrable and intractable problems the manuscript gives rise to may never be fully or satisfactorily resolved. Most importantly, however, more than four hundred years after its original composition the overwhelming and irrefutable evidence much of it produced here for the first time confirms beyond any doubt that the Shakespeare play Sir Thomas More was written by Francis Bacon our secret Shakespeare.

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