Posted on August 30, 2018 at 9:43 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Most readers are well aware of the various theories that William Shakespeare didn’t actually write the plays we credit to him.
What they may not have heard, though, is that detractors often cite the lack of a known Shakespeare library as proof of this.
(Seriously, how were his books supposed to survive four hundred-plus years, with proof that they were his?)
At any rate, the Bard’s believers are still on a quest to find his library to debunk this particular theory.
Follow the efforts of one historian, Stuart Kells, to at least solve the mystery of where Shakespeare’s books went, if not uncover a long-lost artifact, in this article from ABC Australia.
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