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Did Anne Tyler really write 'Vinegar Girl'? Ron Charles investigates.
Anne Tyler's "Vinegar Girl" is a novel based on Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew." But if the conspiracy theorists are right and Shakespeare wrote none of his plays, then who really wrote "Vinegar Girl"?
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