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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
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
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
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
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
Lame him with reasons A literal-minded Oxfordian (is there any other kind?), insists that the author of the sonnets is using the word 'lame' in... goto 19 May 2015 Comments 0
Reverse Engineering Anyone who worked in the electronics industry in the 1980's will remember the early days of reverse engineering. Computer... goto 18 May 2015 Comments 0
In Memoriam A collection of short verses on the retirement of Oxfordians from public life. In memory of  the days when Oxfordians... goto 29 Apr 2015 Comments 0
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
Fitting up A key part of the Oxfordians theory is that the work which we know was circulated and published in his name, and is... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Prefiguring genius A key part of the Oxfordian's theory is that the work which we know was circulated and published in his name, and is... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
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
BA or no BA? Oxfordians are wont to insist that the plays show evidence of a first rate university education. They were even once... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Take a letter Oxfordians make much of the fact that there are no surviving letters written by Shakespeare as if the fact that the 70... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0

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