Oxfraud @Oxfraud Follow 1 year 4 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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What's happening? Shakespeare's is having a glorious, 400th anniversary, entirely SAQ-free. That's what's happening.
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So could Shakespeare have writtenTempest in honor of his daughter's birth in 1583? https://t.co/J0APGxlAGX
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That's a German car you've put your Union Jack on, chum. Currently made in Oxford. Soon to be made in Bavaria if... https://t.co/3PfsbWyJPX
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Allusions to QEI and Susanna Shakespeare in The Tempest https://t.co/J0APGxlAGX
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Clyne v Walker. Was this a change for the better?
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RT : NEWSFLASH AT LAST: Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi to voice iPad app edition of Shakespeare's The Tempest https://t.co/QQzN43KfTX via
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Hopefully the younger voter, voters who can read, voters who can understand where their interests lie, voters who... https://t.co/IERX96g5e4
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Leviticus 25: The Jubilee and The Tempest. https://t.co/0zrRsUgnuy
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Jonson says in FF that Lily, Kidd and Marlowe were Shax's peers i.e. They all wrote their works in 1580s and 1590s.
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RT : 6 best books on Shakespeare https://t.co/hmobSKk3VR
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The issue is toxic. No one is taking the slightest notice any more except us and the cleaners. Cue Roy Orbison. You know the song.
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Part 3: Pick a new date for Tempest... 1566, 1572, 1577, 1583, 1594, 1600, 1605, or 1611 https://t.co/bP2cYlBzgY
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"Our objective" Oxfordians say " has been to “legitimize” the authorship issue by the 400th anniversary". The result? Abject failure.
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Knit Witted @knit_witted Follow 1 year 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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So a 19-y/o genius couldn't have written Tempest. Where's the genius in Shakespeare??? I'm not finding any. Very sad
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"Well's certainty that 145 was written by a young Shakespeare for his wife = the same kind of Oxfordian thinking that's ridiculed."
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1576 reference to Bermudas as a drink https://t.co/jhTAwyz57Y
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Kathman's reply to Stritmatter doesn't go unnoticed... https://t.co/3L4r3oZckv
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