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BACON AND SHAKE-SPEARE

PARALLELISMS

Chapter

I. Coincidences

V.

UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME

Chapter

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Greek and Latin Mythology

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VI. Jonson's Masque, Time Vindicated'

VII. Bacon's Poetic Gifts

VIII. Origin of the Pseudonym Shake-speare

Appendices
Index

Introductory

Preface to Second Edition

Preface to Fourth Edition

List of Books for Consultation

I. The Attainments of the Au-
thor of the Plays

II. William Shakspere of Stratford-
upon-Avon

III. Francis Bacon

IV. Ben Jonson

V. Objections Considered

Chapter

VI. Common Studies

VII. Disillusion, a Gain
VIII. Biography of Shakspere
IX. The Birthplace at Stratford
X. Anne Hathaway's Cottage
XI. New Place

XII. The Mulberry Tree
XIII. The Death-Mask

XIV. Summary

Index

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Bacon and Shake-speare

Parallelisms

By

Edwin Reed, A.M.

Author of Bacon vs. Shakspere, Brief for Plaintiff'
and Francis Bacon, Our Shake-speare'

BOSTON

CHARLES E. GOODSPEED

1902

Tine money

Copyright, 1902

BY EDWIN REED

Entered at Stationers' Hall, London

UNIVERSITY PRESS. JOHN WILSON
AND SON ·

CAMBRIDGE, U. S. A.

To my

Beloved Granddaughter

Dorothy Work Wadhams

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"Little babe, thou cam'st into the world weeping whilst all about thee smiled ; So live that thou mag'st depart in smiles whilst all about thee weep "

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