A "Stratford Homunculus" Forged & Distilled From Italian Comedy?

A study in the so-called "Italianate Plays" of William Shakespeare reveals quite clearly that the author of "A Comedy of Errors", "The Merchant of Venice", "King Lear", "Othello" and many more besides was personally acquainted with the Italian dramatic school known as the Commedia d'elle Arte as well as the geographical region of the Po valley. And yet according to records "Shakspere" never left England or travelled abroad, given the Italian Commedia rarely travelled to England or left Europe how did the Bard become so familiar with the tropes of Italian Comedy? Qudos Academy investigates...


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