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Shakespeare's dark lady finally revealed?

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A historian claims to have discovered the identity of Shakespeare's Dark Lady, who inspired some of his most famous sonnets.

The seductive Dark Lady who inspired some of Shakespeare's most famous and explicit sonnets has remained a mystery for centuries.

Now, one expert has claimed to have finally identified the elusive woman, revealing her to be the wanton wife of an Italian translator.

http://www.telegraph...n-revealed.html

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Kinda funny when many people don't even think Shakespeare was a real guy.

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Kinda funny when many people don't even think Shakespeare was a real guy.

Oh he was real alright - no question of that, but there's a school of thought that believes he wasn't the author of the plays and sonnets attributed to him.

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Oh he was real alright - no question of that, but there's a school of thought that believes he wasn't the author of the plays and sonnets attributed to him.

More than likely he probably did steal some of the work. They didn't exactly have copy right laws back then. :w00t:

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More than likely he probably did steal some of the work. They didn't exactly have copy right laws back then. :w00t:

The case against him being the author is pretty weak.

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