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Did Shakespeare ever collaborate in the writing of his plays?

Surprisingly, Shakespeare is said to have penned Henry VIII with the likely help of noted dramatist John Fletcher between 16.

Was Shakespeare a "property developer" in Stratford?

Indeed Shakespeare was, purchasing both the new place and a large holding of land in the Stratford area.

Unfortunately Cardenio was not included and so this play has been lost to time for the present day reader.

We think you'll find our orgasm erotica rather special.Cardenio has been lost to time for the modern reader. Critics known as "Oxfordians" argue that a more likely contender may have been Edward de Ver (1550-1604)whom T. Looney in 1920, claimed authored Shakespeare's plays, Christopher Marlowe or even Queen Elizabeth herself!A problem for the Edward de Vere line is that many of Shakespeare’s plays were said to have been written after Edward de Vere’s death in 1604. The Oxfordians argue quite reasonably, that proof of Shakespeare’s authorship is largely circumstantial and sketchy at best.Thou (you) art (are) more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And Summer’s lease hath all too short a date..." Did Shakespeare "lose" a play? He did not literally lose it in a park or on his travels. Susanna his first daughter lived a very ripe 66 years and Judith lived a very respectable 77 years. A major controversy today is brewing over this very contentious issue.The play Cardenio, though written and performed in Shakespeare’s time has not been recorded in the First Folio of 1623 as were Shakespeare’s other plays. The traditional camp maintains that William Shakespeare was indeed a poet, playwright and an actor.The Two Noble Kinsmen, composed in 1613 is credited in a 1634 Stationer’s Registry entry as being the work of both William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. Described by First Folio publishers John Hemminges and Henry Condell who said "His mind and hand went together and what he thought, he uttered with that easiness that we have scarce received from him a blot in his papers.", there were many who did not like Shakespeare’s work. Furthermore, Shakespeare is said to have had a vocabulary of some 29,066 words.