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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/28/09 Shakespeare By: Jeff Cox
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7/28/09 My Position I don’t think that Shakespeare wrote all the plays and sonnets that he is credited with.
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7/28/09 Audience My essay is intended for an audience that has read and is familiar with Shakespeare’s different works. People that agree or disagree that Shakespeare wrote all the work he is credited with.
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7/28/09 Purpose The purpose of my essay is to persuade the reader that Shakespeare did not write all the work that he is credited with.
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7/28/09 Breakdown Introduction Support 1 Summary Support 2 Summary Support 3 Summary Support 4
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7/28/09 Knowledge “Among the areas of human knowledge that Shakespeare drew on repeatedly as sources for metaphor, nine stand out: the law, horticulture, medicine, distilling, astrology, hawking, music/instrumental musicianship, ships/the sea, and Italy. The first six of these were subjects that also fascinated Sir Thomas Smith, Edward de Vere's tutor.”
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