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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
Hh-education “I swear by God’s body, I’d rather that my son should hang than study letters. For it becomes the sons of gentlemen to blow... goto 07 Jan 2016 Comments 0 Education
Hidebound academia The authorative work on Oxford and his contemporaries at the court of Elizabeth is The Elizabethan Courtier Poets by... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 1
How many Shakespeares would you like? To explain the direct references to Shakespeare, the man we know who came from Stratford and wrote the famous will, there... goto 08 Oct 2013 Comments 0
HTML Help Use the Source HTML editor, copy the feature, change the text. Right Call-out table using "alternative-font" class '... goto 14 Jan 2014 Comments 0
Hurghley Burghley There are people (including some who are certain that William Shakespeare of Stratford wrote the plays attributed to him)... goto 11 Apr 2015 Comments 1
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
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
Internal evidence Although computerised stylometric analysis has advanced considerably, modern attribution techniques are not dependent on it... goto 05 Jan 2016 Comments 0 Hand D, Collaborative Work
Internet Argument 101 Hey, before you post that daft response, remember, Big Art may be watching you! In fact, judging by his expression, he... goto 04 Feb 2014 Comments 0
Introduction .breadcrumb-wrap {display: none; } 23 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Is it important? Is it important who wrote Shakespeare? Surely all that really matters to the modern reader is that we have a body of work... goto 30 Oct 2013 Comments 0
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
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
jdl 405 Error: Literal Meaning not found The... goto 04 Mar 2014 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
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
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
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
Jonathan Swift Jonathan Swift, like any brilliant satirist, centuries ahead of his time, discusses Oxfordian Scholarship techniques in... goto 30 Jul 2016 Comments 0
Julius Caesar ACT I SCENE I. Rome. A street. Enter FLAVIUS, MARULLUS, and certain Commoners FLAVIUS Hence! home, you idle creatures... goto 12 Oct 2013 Comments 0
Key search phrases   Keyphrases used on search engines   928 different keyphrasesSearchPercent oxfraud 604 25.4 % the man... goto 08 Jan 2014 Comments 0
King Edward the Third This etext was prepared by the PG Shakespeare Team, a team of about twenty Project Gutenberg volunteers. King Edward the... goto 09 Feb 2013 Comments 0
King John ACT I SCENE I. KING JOHN'S palace. Enter KING JOHN, QUEEN ELINOR, PEMBROKE, ESSEX, SALISBURY, and others, with CHATILLON... goto 13 Feb 2013 Comments 0
King Lear ACT I SCENE I. King Lear's palace.   Enter KENT, GLOUCESTER, and EDMUND KENT I thought the king had more affected the... goto 16 Oct 2013 Comments 0
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
Legitimized by illegitimacy? Video Survey Published on 30 Apr 2016 under the title Shakespeare Legitimized Plausibility: 2/10, Credibility 1/10, Useful... goto 04 May 2016 Comments 0
Leonard Digges Leonard Digges was provably a huge Shakespeare fan and a contemporary. Famous son of a famous son, his grandfather has a... goto 26 Jan 2015 Comments 0 Digges, Folios
Letter from America A tale from the early days of Authorship Doubters, with sincere apologies to Alistair Cooke. Good evening. Once, in the... goto 11 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

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