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Mesg #91183 "RE: The two Shakespeares."
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Date Thu Jul-19-12 10:29 AM
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So was Shakespeare his era's equivalent of a 'pulp' author?

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The two Shakespeares. [View all] , Weird Jim, Wed Jul-18-12 12:24 AM
  RE: The two Shakespeares., sianablackwood, Jul 18th 2012, #1
RE: The two Shakespeares., Erin_M_H, Jul 18th 2012, #2
RE: The two Shakespeares., l_clausewitz, Jul 18th 2012, #3
RE: The two Shakespeares., bonniers, Jul 18th 2012, #4
RE: The two Shakespeares., sianablackwood, Jul 19th 2012 #6
      RE: The two Shakespeares., bonniers, Jul 20th 2012, #7
RE: The two Shakespeares., RavenCorbie, Jul 18th 2012, #5
RE: The two Shakespeares., bonniers, Jul 20th 2012, #8
      RE: The two Shakespeares., RavenCorbie, Jul 21st 2012, #9
           RE: The two Shakespeares., bonniers, Jul 21st 2012, #10
                RE: The two Shakespeares., RavenCorbie, Jul 22nd 2012, #11

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