Your next question might be "Who's Christopher Marlowe?" Christopher Marlowe was an English playwright, poet and translator, considered the foremost Elizabethan tragedian of his time. He was known to be great influence on William Shakespeare, who only came to become the top Elizabethan playwright after Marlowe's death.
Apparently, the decision that Marlowe co-wrote Shakespeare's Henry VI plays is based on new research and analysis. Obviously, this was a controversial decision, because Oxford University is the first major publishing house to name Marlowe as co-author on any of Shakespeare's plays. It certainly sheds new light and questions Shakespeare's fame.
What do you think of this decision? Let me know in the comments