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Monday, April 18, 2016

Book claims The Bard's greatest works were written by a Jewish woman


It may have been 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare - but rumours circulating about the Bard's mysterious identity are as frequent as ever.

Now one leading Shakespeare expert is claiming that the English playwright was actually a dark-haired Jewish woman, who lived in London.

John Hudson's book, entitled Shakespeare's Dark Lady, explores the theory that Shakespeare's true identity is that of a woman named Amelia Bassano.  Continue ...

Leading Shakespeare expert John Hudson claims in his book (pictured right) that the English playwright (pictured left) was actually a dark-haired Jewish woman, who lived in London
John Hudson's book, entitled Shakespeare's Dark Lady, explores the theory that Shakespeare's true identity is that of a woman named Amelia Bassano
Leading Shakespeare expert John Hudson claims in his book that the English playwright was actually a dark-haired Jewish woman, who lived in London

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