Young Polymaths
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Young Polymaths

Young Sir Francis Bacon

The 16th-Century Wordsmith Wunderkind

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A rare few people ever write with such elegance, purpose, & brilliance as to gain a conspiracy that suggests him/her as the true identity of William Shakespeare. It’s but guaranteed hearsay, yet this long-standing rumor speaks volumes for the man, one Sir Francis Bacon.




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