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BACON AND SHAKE-SPEARE

PARALLELISMS

UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME

FRANCIS BACON OUR SHAKE-SPEARE

Chapter

CONTENTS

I. Coincidences

II. The Early Authorship of Shake-speare

III. The Late Authorship of Shake-speare

IV. The Place of the Shakespeare Dramas in Bacon's System of

Philosophy

V. The Classical Element in the Plays

1. Latin Language

II. Greek and Latin Literature

III. Greek and Latin Mythology
VI. Jonson's Masque, • Time Vindicated'
VII. Bacon's Poetic Gifts
VIII. Origin of the Pseudonym Shake-speare

Appendices
Index

BACON VS. SHAKSPERE

Brief for Plaintiff

Eighth Edition, Illustrated, Revised, and Enlarged

CONTENTS

Introductory
Preface to Second Edition
Preface to Fourth Edition

List of Books for Consultation
Chapter
I. The Attainments of the Au-

thor of the Plays
II. William Shakspereof 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

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

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To my
Beloved Granddaughter
Dorothy York Wadhams

“ Little babe, thou cam'øt into the world weeping whilst all about thte smiled;

$o libe that thou mag'st depart in smiles whilst all about thee weep"

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