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William Shakespeare left no diary.
He inspired no tell-all biographer during his day. He wrote 36 plays (more or less) during a seething period of political convulsion and religious intrigue, but we know neither his politics nor his religion. Was he easy-going Anglican, closet Catholic, flashy atheist, space alien? Will won't tell. This radiant anti-celebrity Englishman eludes us still.
Nashvillian Chris Hassel has puzzled over Shakespeare's poker-faced religion his entire teaching career. Short of outing Shakespeare as heretic, choirboy or druid, Hassel has produced a 455-page dictionary of every religious reference in Shakespeare he can find, more than 1,000 words scrutinized.
"I've never been able to pin him down," says Hassel, who taught Shakespeare 35 years at Vanderbilt until retirement in 2003.
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