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Re: Richard III

Poster: Annejke@prodigy.com (MS MARTHA L WALLENHORST)

>We've not thinking that Shakespeare was historically acurate, are we 

>He was brillient and is still one of my favorites, but historically
>acurate he's not.  

>For instance, Shakespeare's Macbeth and the historial person share
>little more than their name's in common.

>Shakespeare wrote for his audiences.  This is not a bad thing, but 
it is
>not historical scholarship, either. 

It is not entirely preposterous to think of Shakespeare as the Oliver 
Stone of his time.  Take what you want of truth and fabricate the 
rest and sell it as truth.

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