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Drink to me While they were both alive, Ben Jonson clearly felt a sense of rivalry with his fellow playwright. As an artist, Will not... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Two Noble Kinsmen Based on Chaucer's Knight's Tale, another revealing prologue lies at the start of this late play whose authorship the... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
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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
Henry V Part 2 A little touch of Henry in the Night It's hard to understand why Oxfordians try to tie the plays to familiar biographical... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Pub Proposition Anonymous: Scene:36 (Deleted) Pub interior, Eastcheap. Dark. Some years before Jonson has appeared on the scene, De Vere and... goto 18 Mar 2015 Comments 0
Henry V Part 1 Oxford didn't write Henry V. There are three distilled essences of Shakespeare in Henry V. Each is individually an anathema... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Company of players Oxford was a patron of a theatre troupe. It wasn't a very distinguished theatre troupe and mostly toured the provinces.... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
A conspiracy  There are hundreds conspiracy theories out there, They allow their subscribers to feel one up on the rest of us—in... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Rude Oxfordians Dear Oxfraud, My husband no longer shows the slightest interest in starting a conversation with me, let alone showing any... goto 30 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Dinner Party Dear Oxfraud Despite my advice (and latterly my RULES), my partner has inadvertently invited an Oxfordian to dinner on... goto 23 Mar 2016 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
John Davies of Hereford John Davies of Hereford's poem of 1610, written in the present tense to Will Shake-speare (with the hyphen six years after... goto 06 Nov 2017 Comments 0
Anonymous debate The many and varied reasons why Shakespeare couldn't be the author of his playsWhen the film Anonymous was launched, its... goto 02 Jun 2016 Comments 0
Premier League One area where we know De Vere excelled, to which he devoted a lot of his time, encompasses all the manly sports such as... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Neologism The full online Oxford English Dictionary contains definitions for 600,000 words, almost all with an example of usage from... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Verona In a Good Oxfordian/Bad Oxfordian chapter of his book, William Farina willingly ignores the Oxfordian dating argument ... goto 11 Apr 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
A compendium of Oxfordian argument Collected by John W Kennedy on his site, with additions from argument elsewhere  If you are not acquainted with the... goto 28 Jan 2014 Comments 0
The Writer Who Wasn't There  Nobody Claimed Oxford Wrote The Canon (until about the 20th century at least). This is probably the single most... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Sir George Buc Sir George Buc (1560-1622) was an English scholar. Antiquarian, poet and writer who from 1603 to his death served in the... goto 07 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Were the plays written by a courtier? Three of the major axes of Oxfordian argument insist that the author was a graduate, trained in the law and a court insider... goto 07 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Ministering propaganda Some Oxfordian enthusiasts, after discovering that he wrote Shakespeare's work, are not content to leave it at that. Tying... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Glove-maker’s son? Could a mere glove-maker’s son have written the works of Shakespeare? Oxfordians will fervently deny claims of snobbery when... goto 30 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Signature moves MacShakespeare and his fellow playwrights all had different styles. Their verse, vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure,... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
The stigma of anonymity There would have to be a reason, and a good one, for not putting your name on the world's finest body of artistic work. And... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
The 19C Irish Novel The Irish mint offered a clue to Joyce's hidden influences by deliberately misquoting him on the 'Hidden Eye' 10 euro... goto 04 Mar 2015 Comments 0
The Golding Variations The myth of Oxford as a child prodigy and polymath is utterly unfounded. The film has him writing A Midsummer Night's... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
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
The Isle of Mersea 1605 The Earl translates the King James Bible in secret Another Deleted Scene from Anonymous Int. scene - description Scene: A... goto 20 Mar 2015 Comments 0

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