|Sir Thomas More|
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The part of the "foul papers" from Sir Thomas More likely to be in Shakespeare's handwriting. Courtesy of the British Library.
STAGING SIR THOMAS MORE
This anonymous play, dated by W. W. Greg about 1593 (but later by some), survives only in a damaged manuscript, revised after censorship by the Master of the Revels, which contains five distinct additions in different scripts from the first draft, of which the fourth "D" is generally held to be in Shakespeare's handwriting (see above). In this scene More pacifies a xenophobic mob. The whole script was staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2005 and the ascription of the supposed Shakespeare parts was found plausible. HMR
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