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An analysis of Shakespeare's works in the context of the sociopolitical and literary atmosphere of his time. It has great relevance to the controversial claim that Bacon wrote Shakespeare's works. The author states: "On the one hand [this book] tends to support the claims made on behalf of Bacon and much to enlarge them, on the other [...] it reduces the subject, apparently ad absurdum." Selected contents: London's Parnassus; The sweetness and gravity of the dramatic mind; Elizabethan audiences; Error, wit, and metaphor.