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Well put, Dan.


Yes, thank you for that, Dan.

Daniel Swift

Whoever writes this ludicrous blog clearly didn't bother to read until the end of my piece, in which I make the same point that's made above. Next time, try reading to the end of what you're commenting upon.

Dan Green

I don't know what point you're talking about. You persist in referring to "the mismatch of Shakespeare's life and works." Why is it a mismatch? Why does it matter that Shakespeare was a "money-worried little capitalist"? What does that have to do with writing Romeo and Juliet or Hamlet?

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