Thomas Nashe was Shakespeare’s Collaborator on ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’.

The Shakespeare Code

It’s best to read: How Coleridge got ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’ right AND wrong!

….and: How John Dover Wilson got ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’ NEARLY right! (Part One)

and

How John Dover Wilson got ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’ NEARLY right! (Part Two)

FIRST!!!

Thomas Nashe was Shakespeare’s Collaborator on ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’.

Brothers and Sisters of The Shakespeare Code….

In our last Post The Code announced that there were at least NINE words and phrases used in All’s Well that Ends Well that William Shakespeare never again used…..

…but which A.N.OTHER WRITER used once, twice and even three times in his other works….

The Code can now reveal that A. N. OTHER WRITER is none other than our old friend….

THOMAS NASHE!!!

…and the works by Nashe that the words and phrases appeared in were….

Linsey-woolsey

The Terrors of the Night

Have with you to Saffron Walden

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