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This lack of documentation is taken by many anti-Stratfordians as evidence that Shakespeare had little or no education. In his surviving signatures William Shakespeare did not spell his name as it appears on most Shakespeare title pages.
His surname was spelled inconsistently in both literary and non-literary documents, with the most variation observed in those that were written by hand. This hyphen use is construed to indicate a pseudonym by most anti-Stratfordians,  who argue that fictional descriptive names such as "Master Shoe-tie" and "Sir Luckless Woo-all" were often hyphenated in plays, and pseudonyms such as "Tom Tell-truth" were also sometimes hyphenated.
Aristocrats such as Derby and Oxford supposedly used pseudonyms because of a prevailing " stigma of print ", a social convention that putatively restricted their literary works to private and courtly audiences—as opposed to commercial endeavours—at the risk of social disgrace if violated.
Bacon to avoid the consequences of advocating a more republican form of government and Marlowe to avoid imprisonment or worse after faking his death and fleeing the country. Anti-Stratfordians say that nothing in the documentary record explicitly identifies Shakespeare as a writer;  that the evidence instead supports a career as a businessman and real-estate investor; that any prominence he might have had in the London theatrical world aside from his role as a front for the true author was because of his money-lending, trading in theatrical properties, acting, and being a shareholder.
Such characters are taken as broad hints indicating that the London theatrical world knew Shakespeare was a front for an anonymous author. The language of the will is mundane and unpoetic and makes no mention of personal papers, books, poems, or the 18 plays that remained unpublished at the time of his death.
Its only theatrical reference—monetary gifts to fellow actors to buy mourning rings —was interlined after the will had been written, casting suspicion on the authenticity of the bequests. Oxford had died infive years earlier.
Some authorship theorists argue that the figure originally portrayed a man clutching a sack of grain or wool that was later altered to help conceal the identity of the true author.
Spielmann published a painting of the monument that had been executed before the restoration, which showed it very similar to its present-day appearance.
Of some, next to nothing is known. Others, such as Jonson, Marlowe, and John Marstonare more fully documented because of their education, close connections with the court, or brushes with the law. The historical record is unequivocal in assigning the authorship of the Shakespeare canon to a William Shakespeare.
In the rigid social structure of Elizabethan England, William Shakespeare was entitled to use the honorific "gentleman" after his father was granted a coat of arms in This honorific was conventionally designated by the title "Master" or its abbreviations "Mr. Entred for their copies vnder the handes of the wardens.
Muche a Doo about nothinge. Thother the second parte of the history of kinge henry the iiijth with the humors of Sr John ffalstaff: Wrytten by mr Shakespere. Mr William Shakespeare his historye of Kynge Lear as yt was played before the kinges maiestie at Whitehall vppon St Stephans night at Christmas Last by his maiesties servantes playinge vsually at the globe on the Banksyde vj d  This latter appeared on the title page of King Lear Q1 as "M.
Shakespeare" by Leonard Digges. His duties were to supervise and censor plays for the public theatres, arrange court performances of plays and, afterto license plays for publication.
Buc noted on the title page of George a Greene, the Pinner of Wakefieldan anonymous play, that he had consulted Shakespeare on its authorship.
Buc was meticulous in his efforts to attribute books and plays to the correct author,  and in he personally licensed King Lear for publication as written by "Master William Shakespeare".Best American writer of all time because of his beautiful prose and experimental writing.
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Study the writings of one of Emerson's close contemporaries — for example, the poems of Walt Whitman. Write a compare/contrast essay showing both similarities and differences between Emerson and the contemporary whom you chose.
Compare and Contrast; by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Both these poem provided different meanings to be succeesful.
Most people think having money or being famous is the key to being succeesful, but that’s not the case. In these two poems it explains, everyone has a different example of being successful.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson and Emily Dickinson were two of America’s most intriguing poets. They were both drawn to the transcendentalist movement which taught “unison of creation, the righteousness of humanity, and the preeminence of insight over logic and reason” (Woodberry ).