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Additional Bibliography (Coincidence or Clue)

Books and Articles:

Bearman , Robert . “Was William Shakespeare ‘William Shakeshafte’ Revisited”. Shakespeare Quarterly 53 (2002): 83-94

Bloom , Harold . (1998). Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human. London: Fourth Estate.

Honigmann , Ernst . “The Shakespeare/Shakeshafte Question, Continued.” Shakespeare Quarterly 54 (2002): 83-86

Kilroy , Gerard . (2005) . Edmund Campion: Memory and Transcription. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Milward , Peter . (1973). Shakespeare’s Religious Background. London: Sidgwick & Jackson.


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Merriam , Thomas . Campion’s Accuser and “ Sir Thomas More”. Retrieved 7/12/2005 from


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