A 400-year-old mystery solved?

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A computer program called Pl@giarism was developed by a Dutch university to detect student cheating. But in a very different application, it may also help settle a 150-year-old debate about a mysterious 16th-century play about King Edward III of England. Brian Vickers of the University of London says that a comparison of The Reign of King Edward III--which was published anonymously in 1596, when William Shakespeare was 32--with works by Shakespeare turned up 200 matches...

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