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It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Because it's carries more street cred to say "Hey look, I'm Shakespeare's co-writer!" than it does to say "Hey look, I can write nearly as good as what Shakespeare does!"?
No, I don't believe it, either. Yours is a good point.

I think I'm just resistant to this sort of literary analysis, especially where computers are involved. Besides, everyone knows it was Queen Elizabeth the First, anyway.
Bert
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
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It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
It seems unlikely that someone else would fake both Shakespeare and Thomas Kyd, together, for the same play, unless it was Thomas Kyd himself. But, then, why wouldn't he fake the whole thing?

Maybe Shakespeare gave up on the thing and said, "Here thou goest, Thomas, me old China. I can¹t do anything with this piece of ***. Use it in good health."

"If you can, tell me something happy."
- Marybones
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