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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
Redating The Tempest 1. I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll b-b-b-blow your house in! On the Date, Sources and Design of Shakespeare's The Tempest... goto 28 May 2014 Comments 4 Chronology, Tempest, Stritmatter
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 09 Jan 2018 Comments 4
Mmmm! BACON! Perhaps we should give some recognition for the man who, if not a "better" candidate, at least has the primacy of place:... goto 09 Mar 2014 Comments 5 Cipher nonsense
Devices and Desires “We have followed too much the devices and desires of our own hearts.” The Book of Common Prayer In the spring of 1579,... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 5 Tempest, Court matters
Verona again! It is highly unlikely that whoever wrote The Merchant of Venice and Two Gentlemen of Verona had spent any time in Venice, a... goto 18 Mar 2016 Comments 6 Italy
Christopher Marlowe Christopher Marlowe's candidacy pre-dates De Vere's by some 20 years and has a great deal going for it. There is one major... goto 08 Oct 2013 Comments 6
Caroline Spurgeon Professor Caroline Spurgeon's work, Shakespeare's Imagery, represents years of work looking for patterns in the number and... goto 22 Oct 2013 Comments 6
Blue suede shoes Is the work of the early Elvis Presley, making recordings for Sun Records in the mid-50's, distinguishable from the work of... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 6
Riot gear Coriolanus’ dateIs 1608 “ONE of the beauties of the Oxfordian theory is that it brings to life about two-thirds of the... goto 16 Nov 2016 Comments 6
Covell Conspiracy Revving it up Reverend William Covell’s Wikipedia entry states that he “took part in the controversy about how far the newly... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 6
An Annotated Oxfordian Manifesto More from the imdb Anonymous Board. This is a summary of the Oxfordian position by long term contributor Howard Schumann... goto 25 Jun 2014 Comments 7
William Basse William Basse was a poet and a member of the servant class who first comes to the attention of historians and students of... goto 30 Dec 2015 Comments 7 William Basse
Not Ed Oxfordians claim the sonnets published as SHAKE-SPEARE’S SONNETS fit the life story of the Earl of Oxford better than they... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 7
Their Finest Hour Examples of some of the finest reasoning the Authorship debate can offer. This is, naturally, a work in progress. An... goto 29 Jan 2017 Comments 7
Handy Hand D Hand D, the fragment of lost play Sir Thomas More, thought to be in Shakespeare's handwriting, is in the news again.... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 7
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
Plane truth Christmas Eve, and twelve of the clock.   "Now they are all on their knees,"An elder said as we sat in a... goto 27 Jun 2017 Comments 7 Italy
The Countess of Pembroke If I could save two of my books from a conflagration, one of them would be Persuasion by Jane Austen. One of the greatest... goto 26 Feb 2017 Comments 8 Sidney
Time and Tide Alexander Waugh returns forcefully to the subject of sailing to Verona. In the latest rearrangement of Shakespeare... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 8
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
What makes Oxfordians tick? ‘Explaining the authorship controversy isn’t a job for a Shakespearean scholar: it’s a job for a pathologist’.—Financial... goto 14 Feb 2015 Comments 10

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