400 years after Shakespeare wrote his first three plays, Oxford University Press has concluded his rival Christopher Marlowe should share the credit.
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Marlowe's name will sit alongside Shakespeare's for the first three plays, Henry VI Parts I, II and III, in the next edition of the New Oxford Shakespeare published by Oxford University Press this month.