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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Collaborateur John Fletcher is a black hole for Oxfordian theorists. Too close and the whole Oxfordian shebang disappears in a wail of... goto 07 Jun 2016 Comments 4 Collaborative Work
Exit, pursued by a bear In the English theatre, 1610-1611 was the Year of the Bear.As this tale is a late romance, it begins with an earlier tragedy... goto 26 Apr 2016 Comments 4

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