Well, who can forget those powerful performances of kings and queens and princes depicted in plays by him? Oh! For those memorable lines which go like this.. “Beware of the ides of March” and “Et tu Brute”
Was he a woman? Well who would believe that? Yes you are right; I am talking about the all time great writer and playwright none other than ‘Shakespeare’ a man who was lean and thin with hungry looks.
It has been an astounding research by John Hudson whose findings are stunning.
Now arises the question, whether the famous playwright was a woman in disguise, a Jewish woman who disguised as a man for the Elizabethan. A mere woman who would believe that the people of Britain and the whole world were fed with the worthy literature of prime note and significance all this time!
As a matter of fact he was perhaps short of height. Some one who might have intrigued into his private apartments would say that his bed was too short to be meant for a woman. And the articles on display helplessly betray their masculine belonging.
Some belive that shakespear’s sexuality is doubtful as he married at the age of 18 to a 26 years old Anne Hathway, who was already pregnant, and Susana their first child was born six months later.
Who can forget the women’s role in every play he wrote may be Othello or King Lear or Hamlet. Moreover it was the soothsayers and women who controlled most of the action. Well seeing is believing but women have more tendency of believing in the unseen. Ok I put it straight that women characters in his plays were very much inclined towards superstitions and prophecies and predictions to the extent that one make you believe that a women can only know that deeply the women feelings. So what do you say? Man or Wo(man)