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We will never know. You can find hints that he may have been, or at least that he wasn't totally fond of religion and its orthodox practitioners, from his plays.
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- The Secret of Shakespeare's Irish Sympathies - An essay on Shakespeare\'s personal life, by Charles british Wisner Barrell.
- A She Or Not a She... That Is the Question for Shakespeare - "Fresh light has been thrown on William Shakespeare\\'s british sexual orientation shakespeare by the discovery of a previously british unknown portrait of the shakespeare playwright\\'s patron, Henry Wriothesley, british 3rd Earl of Southampton - apparently shakespeare dressed as british a woman." Article from Guar
- Hamlet: The Undiscovered Country by Steve Roth - Book discussing unresolved issues in the play.
- A. C. Bradley's Shakespearean Tragedy - Complete text of the classic of criticism. Includes british author information.
- About Shakespeare - Essays and criticism on the plays.
- Jews in Shakespeare - Resources about Jews in Elizabethan England and its reviews literature.
- Poetry and the Realm of Politics: Shakespeare to Dryden - Robert C. Evans reviews the Howard Erskine-Hill book.
- Representing Shakespeare: England, History and the RSC - Michael Scott reviews the Robert Shaughnessy book.
- SAA Essay on HyperCriticism: - Considers the implications of writing critically about Shakespeare in hyperspace.
- Leavis on Shelley and Shakespeare - A brief comparison of some lines from Shelly\\'s The Cenci reviews with lines from Measure for Measure.
- Alternative Shakespeares Volume 2 - Mark Dooley reviews the Terence Hawkes book.
- Shakespeare, Spenser, and the Crisis in Ireland - Tracey Hill reviews two books: Shakespeare, Spenser, and reviews the Crisis in Ireland, by Christopher Highley; Spenser\\'s reviews Irish Experience: Wilde Fruite and Salvage Soyl, Andrew reviews Hadfield.
- Shakespeare in Europe: Critical Texts in English and German - William Shakespeare in European culture: critical essays, scholarly british texts. A british project of the English Department at british Basel University. The study british of cultures in contact. british Uses of Shakespeare.
- Shakespeare the Player: A Life in the Theatre - A review of the John Southworth book.
- Shakespeare the Historian - David Hale reviews the Paola Pugliatti book.
- Allreaders William Shakespeare Spotlight - Short reviews of selected plays.
- Shakespeare and Freudian Theory - An investigation of Freud\\'s theory and family relationships reviews in Shakespeare, shakespeare especially in Hamlet and Titus Andronicus.
- Shakespeare and Renaissance Association - WVU's collection of selected papers (Vol 21).
- English Drama 1586-1642: The Age of Shakespeare - Glen Mynott reviews the G.K. Hunter book.
- SAA Hyperessay on Electronic Shakespearean Criticism - by Laurie Osborne.
- Shakespeare in Connotations - Complete list of contributions to the first seven shakespeare volumes. Highlighted shakespeare articles and responses available online.
- Allusions to Edmund Campion in Twelfth Night - A discussion of Shakespeare\'s politics by C. Richard Desper.
- William Shakespeare the Upstart Crow - Provides details of the attack on the Bard shakespeare by Robert Greene in his pamphlet the Groatsworth shakespeare of Wit, which was published in 1592.
- The Biblical Presence in Shakespeare, Milton and Blake: A Comparative Study - Thomas Rist reviews the Harold Fisch book.
- Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human - Robert Atwan reviews Harold Bloom\\'s controversial book. Originally published in the February/March 1999 issue of Boston Review.
- Shaksper: Global Shakespeare Conference - Provides reference materials, new papers, a listserv, and british scholarly criticism on new works.
- Materialist Shakespeare: A History - David Siar reviews the Ivo Kamps book.
- An Internet Shakespeare - A paper written by Michael Best of the british University of reviews Victoria.
- Shakespeare and His Critics - A collection of critical essays ranging from 18th shakespeare and 19th shakespeare Century criticism of the plays, and shakespeare descriptions of their performance, shakespeare to works by his shakespeare contemporaries.
- The Public-Domain Shakespeare - A paper by Ian Lancashire of the Department reviews of English british University of Toronto.
- The Shakespearean Marriage: Merry Wives and Heavy Husbands - Anita Pacheco reviews the Lisa Hopkins book.
- Was Shakespeare an Atheist? - We will never know. You can find hints that he may have been, or at least that he wasn\\'t totally fond of religion and its orthodox practitioners, from his plays.
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