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Fulke Greville’s tomb

The London Telegraph reported August 9, 2009: Tomb search could end the riddle of Shakespeare’s true identity — a sarcophagus in an English parish church could solve the century’s old literary debate over who really wrote the plays of William Shakespeare by David Harrison.

The interest is based on Master of Shakespeare author AWL Sanders’ claim that Fulke Greville is a candidate for Bardship. Text at:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturenews/5995083/Tomb-search-could-end-riddle-of-Shakespeares-true-identity.html

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