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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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Shilliam Wakespear

Builders in Stratford upon Avon excavating the site near Shakespeare's home have uncovered evidence that noted playright William was a dyslexic. Under piles of rubble the found documents and discovered they were original scripts for plays with Editors mark-ups. These documents were thought to be lost but now confirm the writers challenging condition.

Oxford Don Ira Glyphicx showed the original scripts and confirmed that "The Merchant of Venice" should have been titled "The Meerkat of Venice. He showed that "Richard III" should have been titled "My Three Dickies," and as final proof he showed that "Taming of The Shrew" should have been called "Shaming of the Two". "Hamlet" was also in it's original form titled "Humpalot" with "Romeo and Juliet" discovered to be a gay play called "Romeo and Julian"

Experts are sifting the evidence to discover whether other plays such as "Macbeth" will need re-evaluating.

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