Shakespeare's Sonnets Revisited shows the poetry was correspondence between Sir Thomas More and his daughter Meg during his imprisonment in the Tower of London 1534-1535. The Sonnets were therefore over seventy years old when first published in 1609.
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About the Author
Jane Fairhead (degree in English and European Literature, University of Essex) is a grandmother with a life's work on Shakespeare behind her which she is now beginning to release. She connect's Sir Thomas More's daughter, Meg (a pupil of Erasmus of Rotterdam) with the original authorship of Shakespeare's works, a connection made via studies of Charles V, Thomas More, Erasmus of Rotterdam, Cardinal Wolsey, Thomas Cromwell, Thomas Cranmer and many others include William Cecil and Queen Elisabeth I.