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 Enter William Shakespeare. The playwright, who has written slightly different plays to OTL (e.g. //If You Like It// rather than //As You Like It//) is approached by Cecil to write //​Boudicca//,​ using the old story of her rebellions against the Romans as a symbol. However, he is simultaneously approached by the Spaniards to write //King Philip//, a propaganda piece about Philip II. He proceeds to write both, wondering where his loyalties lie. The story follows both Shakespeare and Spanish playwright Lope de Vega, also in England, as viewpoint characters. In the end, Shakespeare'​s players put on //​Boudicca//,​ rousing a rebellion which overthrows the Spaniards. Enter William Shakespeare. The playwright, who has written slightly different plays to OTL (e.g. //If You Like It// rather than //As You Like It//) is approached by Cecil to write //​Boudicca//,​ using the old story of her rebellions against the Romans as a symbol. However, he is simultaneously approached by the Spaniards to write //King Philip//, a propaganda piece about Philip II. He proceeds to write both, wondering where his loyalties lie. The story follows both Shakespeare and Spanish playwright Lope de Vega, also in England, as viewpoint characters. In the end, Shakespeare'​s players put on //​Boudicca//,​ rousing a rebellion which overthrows the Spaniards.
  
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