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The Choice Every Writer has to Make

At least once in their life.

In the late sixteenth century, Robert Greene wrote about a burgeoning young playwright just making his way onto the scene in Elizabethan London. The young playwright had until recently been an actor. He might have had other trades, as well. Maybe he was a stable boy, a glove merchant, or a teacher. But that didn’t really matter. What mattered to Greene…




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