Shakespeare’s mystery annotator identified as John Milton

The prologue to Romeo and Juliet, transcribed on the last page of Titus Andronic

The prologue to Romeo and Juliet, transcribed on the last page of Titus Andronicus because it was omitted from the First Folio. Courtesy of the Free Library of Philadephia Credit: Courtesy of the Free Library of Philadephia

"It shows you the first-hand encounter between two great writers, which you don’t often get to see"

Jason Scott-Warren

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