Literary biography is a <strong>tricky genre</strong>&nbsp;&mdash; facts scatter, evidence goes missing. For instance, was 1606 really &ldquo;the year of <em>Lear</em>,&rdquo; as a new book claims?

Literary biography is a tricky genre&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; facts scatter, evidence goes missing. For instance, was 1606 really &amp;ldquo;the year of Lear,&amp;rdquo; as a new book
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Literary biography is a tricky genre — facts scatter, evidence goes missing. For instance, was 1606 really “the year of Lear,” as a new book claims?

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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