Shakespeare was actually Sir Francis Bacon!

January 17, 2022 ·

William Shakespeare, one of the world’s greatest English writers of all time, is an enigma when it comes to who he really was. There is very little history about Shakespeare and what we do know is that the schools he went to were very low level and he had a disregard for study. There is nothing known about the life of Shakespeare that would justify the high level writings that are attributed to him.

Therefore, many people believe that the writings of Shakespeare were actually created by somebody else and then imputed to him. The most popular candidate for these writings is the highly educated and articulate Sir Francis Bacon. It is said that there are many clues that point to the authorship of Francis Bacon in many of the plays if one looks close enough and reads between the lines.

The main thrust of the reason why is, “Bacon wrote the plays but could not claim them because it would have tarnished his reputation and made his social climb into high office difficult if not impossible.”

Anti-Stratfordians, the nickname given to those who contend Shakespeare wasn’t the true author, point to a significant lack of evidence as proof of their claims. They argue that records of the time indicate that Shakespeare likely received only a local primary school education, did not attend university, and therefore would not have learned the languages, grammar and vast vocabulary on display in Shakespeare’s works, some 3,000 words. They note that both of Shakespeare’s parents were likely illiterate, and it seems as if his surviving children were as well, leading to skepticism that a noted man of letters would neglect the education of his own children.

They also note that none of the letters and business documents that survive give any hint of Shakespeare as an author, let alone a one famous during his lifetime. Instead, the written records detail more mundane transactions, like his pursuits as an investor and real estate collector. If Shakespeare’s worldly wisdom was the result of post-grammar school reading and travel, they argue, where is the evidence that he ever left England? Why was their no public mourning for him when he died? And why does his will, which listed a number of gifts to family and friends, not include a single book from what would presumably be an extensive library?

While it is true that Bacon could have been Shakespeare, there are other alternatives that Shakespeare deniers point out as potential candidates. And the questions around his life and death do leave a lot of mysteries for one to ponder.

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