Interesting (and lengthy) article all about Anne Hathaway, better known as Mrs. Shakespeare. What's her story? More to the point, what's her relationship to the sonnets? After all, we've spent 400 years talking about whether Shakespeare was gay, and who the Dark Lady was, but rarely do we have any glimpse into Shakespeare's relationship with his own wife. The author of the article, Germaine Greer, wonders under what circumstances Hathaway first saw the sonnets (remember they were published in 1609 but some where written as much as 20 years prior). Her theory is that she was given a copy after they were published, and not by Shakespeare. What happens next?
Very interesting glimpse into a subject not typically covered in the usual Shakespeare biography.