The baconian theory of shakespeare authorship holds that sir francis bacon philosopher essayist and scientist wrote the plays which were publicly attributed to william shakespearevarious explanations are offered for this alleged subterfuge most commonly that bacons rise to high office might have been hindered were it to become known that he wrote plays for the public stage. Sir francis bacon sir francis bacon baron varulam viscount of st albans 1561 1621 emerged as the first candidate to replace shakespeareas a leading figure of the english renaissance he certainly had the biography for it educated at cambridge widely traveled bacon was a famous philosopher one of the inventors of the scientific method who also led a literary society. The author discusses shakespeares life as an actor mysteries of the debate such as the enigmatic psalm 46 and the persistent question of francis bacons connection with shakespeare recently a movement has been gaining ground that sees bacon himself as the covert writer of the great works attributed to shakespeare. In a letter bacon wrote on his deathbed to his friend lord arundel he said as for the experiment itself it succeeded excellently well so to conclude we wish sir francis bacon a happy birthday and thank him for research methodology shakespeares plays and frozen food
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