The publication of the play, in fully annotated form, comes after a 10-year mission to crack a literary mystery by Professor Brean Hammond, of the University of Nottingham.
He is now convinced that the play originates from a collaboration between Britain's best-known playwright and Jacobean dramatist John Fletcher.
Fletcher went on to become of the most prolific and influential dramatists of his day. By the time of the early Restoration period in the late 1600s, his fame rivaled Shakespeare's.
Hammond argues that the language used in this play is highly indicative of Shakespeare's authorship. At the link you can read samples of the text.
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It hath parallel means
for to call out names
Correct form is Shakesper.
And to paraphrase Christopher Moore in Fool:
Silence, thou nameless tart. (King Lear rocks)