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Dealing with bereavement For people to do things, in the real world, they have to be alive to do them. That may seem like too simple a platitude for... goto 01 Jan 2016 Comments 0
Cipherogratography 101 Ogburn's work on ciphers, along with Roper's and Burghstaler's, is not really all it should be. Like all soi-disant... goto 01 Jan 2016 Comments 0 Cipher nonsense
Ben Crabstick on Basse DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-15782William Basse’s Polyhymnia and the Poetry of ServiceBen Crabstick... goto 30 Dec 2015 Comments 0
William Basse William Basse was a poet and a member of the servant class who first comes to the attention of historians and students of... goto 30 Dec 2015 Comments 7 William Basse
American Library Thread Authorship Threadwatch Two-Tweet synopsis for the uninitiated provided by oxfraud.com. Now you know what happened without... goto 30 Dec 2015 Comments 0
Antony and Cleopatra (1606) Antony and Cleopatra @import "fdt.css"; var smartCopyYN = true; function smartCopy() { if (smartCopyYN... goto 24 Dec 2015 Comments 0
5. False Grails The math is simple enough. 550 marked passages, 1000 marked verses, 31000 verses altogether and around 107 matches (or... goto 13 Dec 2015 Comments 0 Bible
3. Annotators and their marks There are 31,102 verses in the Geneva Bible, including The Apocrypha. There are 550 marked passages which add up to around... goto 10 Dec 2015 Comments 0 Bible
Is this a dagger? Gabriel Harvey had a similar background to Will. He was a scholar and writer, born at Saffron Walden, Essex, the eldest... goto 03 Dec 2015 Comments 0
Sir Thomas More - text An anonymous play of the sixteen century ascribed in part to William Shakespeare. First printed in 1844 and here re-edited... goto 02 Dec 2015 Comments 0 Hand D, Sir Thomas More
To be or not to be Hamlet At her funeral, Hamlet leaps into Ophelia’s grave to outdo the grief of her brother with his own: “I lou'd Ophelia; fortie... goto 02 Dec 2015 Comments 2 Biographical coincidence
Money Money Money “By Shakespeare's time the possibilities for a politically critical drama had been transformed by the emergence of... goto 02 Dec 2015 Comments 0
6. Marlowe and Control Data Trying for some indirectly generated credibility, Stritmatter conducts an exercise in sensitivity analysis in Appendix E,... goto 28 Nov 2015 Comments 0
Ben Jonson Ben Jonson wrote a famous and extensive verse introduction to the Preface to Shakespeare's First Folio. It wasn't the first... goto 27 Nov 2015 Comments 0 Cast & Crew
Greene with envy Robert Greene was one of the first professional writers in England. A grammar school boy, of course, (no enrolment records,... goto 25 Nov 2015 Comments 2
The best among us?? Despite the oft-quoted extracts from Francis Meres and George Puttenham, no one has ever actually claimed that Oxford was a... goto 21 Nov 2015 Comments 0
All's Well That Ends Well All the references in a single play. The Reference Finder will produce lists and links of marks in individual plays (or... goto 20 Nov 2015 Comments 0
Hermeneutics RS arguing for a reassessment (quoting himself while posting anonymously). In fact, Stritmatter in his dissertation goes out... goto 20 Nov 2015 Comments 0
Barbie Earl Collector's Edition- The 2015 Barbie Earl Order now and get all-new Barbie De Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, in time to... goto 30 Oct 2015 Comments 0
Thumb in the balance When issues are based on a balance of probabilities  you can always find an Oxfordian thumb pressed hard on one... goto 25 Oct 2015 Comments 0
Ed the Undead Will Kemp, on his dance to Norwich, felt the need to carry a wooden stake, 1 metre in length. Could this have been... goto 24 Oct 2015 Comments 0
Hardly ever sick at sea What never? Hardly Ever?On such a full sea are we now afloat;  And we must take the current when it serves,  Or... goto 21 Oct 2015 Comments 0
1 Samuel This book, along with Eccelsiasticus, received most attention from the annotators, from Stritmatter and from other... goto 20 Oct 2015 Comments 0
Peer to Peer A tricky one, this. Whatever you make of the plausibility of Oxford's reasons for not putting his name on the plays, his... goto 18 Sep 2015 Comments 1
Redating the Tempest 2. An Anti-Stratfordian Tour de FarceAlthough an intensely irritating waste of paper, despite appearances, there is a purpose... goto 17 Sep 2015 Comments 7 Chronology, Tempest, Stritmatter
John Milton Coleridge claimed that the English get their history from Shakespeare and their theology from Milton. John Milton’s father,... goto 25 Aug 2015 Comments 0 Monument
Where have all the Oxies gone? Leading Oxfordians seem to have disappeared from public debate. Where are they hiding? What can they be plotting?... goto 16 Jun 2015 Comments 0
Bussy Galore A famous modern poet used to sacrifice every year a Statius to Virgil’s manes; and I have indignation enough to burn a D’... goto 11 Jun 2015 Comments 1 Chapman, Biographical coincidence
Weever's tangled web  The Oxfordian pick has struck gold again, an occurrence that seems to happen with astounding regularity, yet for some... goto 25 May 2015 Comments 8 Nishidani
Giraffe gaffe Alexander Waugh has trumpeted a great Oxfordian discovery. In The Spectator (2 November 2013), he wrote:“Researching a... goto 21 May 2015 Comments 12

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