The question is, who? Some say ’twas the lad from Stratford. That’s the traditional view, because it’s been handed down from generation to generation. It’s what we were taught at school. And the man’s name was on the texts, wasn’t it? But there’s not much if anything to say William Shakespeare actually wrote the powerful and amazing words published in his name. Then the film ‘Anonymous’ hotted up the debate and the flak began to fly. Strange how the critics ganged up, wasn’t it? Maybe it’s because they all have English degrees and believe what their teachers told them at school?
There’s more to all this than meets the eye. I’ve just finished my draft feature so that’s enough for now.