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Rhyme and reason Oxford's spoken and written English, rather than similar, was very different from Shakespeare's. Oxford rhymes “was” with “... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 4
Can't write when you're dead The choice of an alternative candidate for the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays would seem be limited to people who were... goto 01 Nov 2016 Comments 4
The Oxfordian Chronology We have been asking and begging to see a full Oxfordian Chronology and Paul Streitz has kindly provided one.Now it is fair... goto 21 Mar 2016 Comments 3 Chronology
The New Vasari After a complaint on the Oxfraud Facebook page that bemoaned the lack of variety in recent articles, I have decided to... goto 14 Feb 2015 Comments 3
Canon Fodder The smoking gun, proving who did and who didn’t write Shakespeare, has been found in the hand of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 3 Cipher nonsense
John Florio What is in a name?  A lot, in some instances. Of all of the specious, uninformed, deranged, foolishly asinine, evidence... goto 07 Oct 2013 Comments 3
Richard Hunt Richard Hunt was the vicar of Bishop's Inchington (yes there is such a place) near Stratford-Upon-Avon. He was born around... goto 07 Oct 2013 Comments 3
Professor Shapiro reacts ROLAND EMMERICH’S film “Anonymous,” which opens next week, “presents a compelling portrait of Edward de Vere as the true... goto 25 Mar 2014 Comments 3
Like . . . something or other Oxford is almost a stranger to the basic poetic building block of metaphor. The few he uses in his poetry and writing are... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 3
Rhapsody in Red Does converting to Oxfordianism increase your appreciation of the work, as many Oxfordians claim? Nat Whilk likens it to... goto 25 May 2016 Comments 2 Ketchup
Putting a lid on it 'So does recreating 17th century seating and atmosphere allow any similar revelations about the text? On the basis of The... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
No No Vulcano Isola Vulcano was, until recently, the Oxfordian’s location of choice for Prospero’s Island. Not much can really be... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2 Italy, Wild Surmise
Crackpot test A simple method for rating potentially revolutionary contributions to the Study of Shakespeare's Authorship:1 A -5 point... goto 04 Mar 2015 Comments 2
Painful Pericles The Painful Predicament of Pericles (for Oxfordians) Pericles is often seen as the runt of Shakespeare's litter. Although... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
Prince Tudor and the Sonnets A Factual Desert. Biographical and autobiographical readings of Shakespeare’s sonnets feature on both sides of the... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
Persuasion Oxford as a brilliant writer is a construct, all made up of fantasy and theft. “What he hath left us” is a dismal little... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
Death Proof Here on the Oxfraud University Campus, as temperatures rise and the holidays begin, the deadline for another of our... goto 14 Feb 2015 Comments 2
Tranectomy Hours, weeks, even months have been spent arguing about Proteus and Portia's route-planning and what its accuracy or... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2 Italy
Even Hawking I know a hawk from a handsaw,said Hamlet while plotting in Elsinore;but the Bard sadly erred - it was really a bird... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2 Falconry
The Single Page Guide 1. Shakespeare is not Oxford's pseudonym. There is no credible evidence that anyone from Shakespeare's time... goto 23 Jan 2014 Comments 2
J. Thomas Looney J. Thomas Looney, born into a humble background, was a school teacher in the not very stylish and remote, highly... goto 07 Oct 2013 Comments 2
Canopies and litters Sonnet 125, reproduced in its entirety below, begins 'Were 't aught to me I bore the canopy,'. Naturally, Oxfordians claim... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
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
What's in a name? Two 'E's, Or Not Two 'E's That is the question Oxfordians make much of the different spelling of Will’s name... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 2
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
Wracke and Redemption Dating William STRACHEY’S ‘A TRUE REPORTORY OF THE WRACKE AND REDEMPTION OF SIR THOMAS GATES’:A comparative textual studyIn... goto 02 Jun 2016 Comments 1 Tempest, Strachey
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
2 Corinth “I clearly see that my work for the Earl of Oxford cannot be much longer required.”Lawrence NowellDe Vere’s formal education... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 1 Cast & Crew
Weetabix While flicking through my pictures of the Mid-West, I came across the bright colours you see here on a very dull day. ... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 1
Being Dodger, Episode One Scenes from the newly greenlighted, Pimp my Amazon Review, a six-part tale of everyday Oxfordian life. Late at night. ... goto 18 Mar 2015 Comments 1

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