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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
Hand D Comments Unusually, for Oxfraud, the Hand D comments pages are closed. We have decided to gather the comments for the series of... goto 17 Feb 2015 Comments 4
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
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
Return to Planet of the Poet Apes 10 Mar 2015 Comments 0
Casualties of Waugh. You don't get to change your opponent's viewpoint in an Internet debate like the SAQ. Any more than you get to change the... goto 12 Mar 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
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
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
Newsweek PDF A searchable, annotatable pdf of the recent Newsweek article debate with all 1750 comments. Since finding things on the site... goto 26 Mar 2015 Comments 0
Who Wrote Woody Allen? Saxophonist George Coleman handed the world a clue to the WAQ when he said 'the only time he made me laugh was when... goto 27 Mar 2015 Comments 1
Mark Twain Mark Twain is the authorship debate's top poster boy. Famous, funny and universally well-regarded, possibly even the author... goto 02 Apr 2015 Comments 15
The Shawshank Redemption A series of Oxfordian Guides to popular plays and films outside the Shakespearean Canon.1. The Shawshank Redemption 1994(?)... goto 07 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
The talk of the town Another inconsistent claim made by Oxfordians is that the Earl of Oxford was highly rated as a playwright and author by his... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
I am not a lawyer Another key assumption found in all Oxfordian argument is that the plays contain detailed knowledge of the law, which could... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
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
Tin Ear Fully a third of Oxford's surviving letters are taken up with his campaign to hold the Crown's monopoly on Cornish tin-mines... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
What's the leklywhode? Oxford's spelling was idiosyncratic, even for an Elizabethan. He almost always wrote "lek" for like, in all its forms: "... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Call yourself a playwright Oxfordians make much of the fact that there are no letters written by Shakespeare as if the fact that the 70 letters of... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Court out Oxford was an aristocrat - a proper, belted Earl. Not the highest rank in society, as some claim, but close. Oxfordians cite... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Drawing a blank Although there are a few hundred lines of verse indisputably attributable to De Vere, none are in the characteristic... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Elite knowledge Despite the inability of Oxfordians to come up with examples of things in the plays which require the elite knowledge of... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
Je n'accuse pas No-one said he wrote plays. De Vere, in his long and colourful life, made many enemies and was involved in numerous lawsuits... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0
The great Globe itself... Shakespeare wrote not only for the theatre, but for different theatres. In 1609, the King's Men began playing at the... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 0

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