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The Oxfordian Chronology
1 Jan 2022 We have been asking and begging to see a full Oxfordian Chronology and Paul Streitz has kindly provided one. Now it is fair to say that not all Oxfordians… go to article Court Matters Basic page
Unorthodox logic
10 Oct 2021 Diana Price,Shakespeare's Unorthodox Biography:  New Evidence of an Authorship Problem(Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000) Introduction Despite the… go to article Basic page
1. Bible Home
5 Oct 2021 Literary arguments about authorship, especially Oxfordian arguments, are easily subjectivised, stretched and exaggerated. You can't do that so easily with… go to article Stritmatter Basic page
The Great Dictator
26 Jul 2021 Faced with Sir Thomas More, a patchwork production by a rabble of commoners, which “like the toad … wears yet a precious jewel in his head”—a scene of… go to article Hand D 1. Reasons
J K Rowling
22 Jun 2021 What are the odds? A new candidate has emerged in the SAQ battlefield. Female candidates are few and far between: we have discussed the Countess of Pembroke… go to article 8. Better Candidates
Lame him with reasons
26 Apr 2021 A literal-minded Oxfordian (is there any other kind?), insists that the author of the sonnets is using the word 'lame' in the literal sense to describe himself… go to article Basic page
The Parallel Universe of Dr Stritmatter PhD.
29 Jan 2021 Another Oxfordian fantasy shot to bits He that takes the pain to pen the book . The poems of Edward de Vere. A new Oxfordian book has hit the… go to article Stritmatter Basic page
4 Oct 2020 Feedback The upgrade to the latest version of our CMS is complete. It would have been quicker to retype every article on a Sinclair ZX81. This is a page… go to article Basic page
Dyer consequences
25 Sep 2020 A pontification too far The Spectator. Alexander Waugh's Diary. November 2, 2013 Alexander Waugh's Diary is a sparse but rather good echo of Auberon Waugh's… go to article Stritmatter 1. Reasons
Rude Oxfordians
25 Jul 2020 Dear Oxfraud, My husband no longer shows the slightest interest in starting a conversation with me, let alone showing any kind of sexual interest. After… go to article 1. Reasons
To be or not to be Hamlet
22 Jul 2020 At her funeral, Hamlet leaps into Ophelia’s grave to outdo the grief of her brother with his own: “I lou'd Ophelia; fortie thousand Brothers Could not (with… go to article Hand D 1. Reasons
Literacy and Education
16 May 2020 Barrel scraping One of the worst features of Barber's case, the weakest of her insinuations and one of the most depressing features of the invented… go to article Literacy Basic page
3. Annotators and their marks
13 May 2020 There are 31,102 verses in the Geneva Bible, including The Apocrypha. There are 550 marked passages which add up to around 975-1100 marked verses depending… go to article Bible Basic page
Pub Proposition
29 Oct 2019 Anonymous: Scene:36 (Deleted) Pub interior, Eastcheap. Dark. Some years before Jonson has appeared on the scene, De Vere and his cutthroat henchmen are sitting… go to article Basic page
Diana Price on Hand D
14 Oct 2019 We have taken the liberty of reproducing large chunks of Diana Price's article rebutting the content of our Hand D pages (which she does without… go to article Diana Price Basic page
A squadron of Tempests
26 Sep 2019 “I freeze and burn, love is bitter and sweet, my sighs are tempests and my tears are floods, I am in ecstasy and agony, I am possessed by memories of her… go to article Stylometry 1. Reasons
Hand of Damocles
3 Sep 2019 Stylometry takes a step forward In the face of such methodological shortcomings, conflicting opinions, and duelling analyses, what is one to… go to article 1. Reasons
26 Aug 2019 Droeshout—the face that launched a thousand quips There is nothing suspicious, nothing indicative of alternative authorship or suggestive of misdirection,… go to article First Folio, Droueshout Basic page
26 Aug 2019 Droeshout—the face that launched a thousand quips There is nothing suspicious, nothing indicative of alternative authorship or suggestive of misdirection,… go to article First Folio, Droueshout Basic page
Reason 101
20 Aug 2019   Some ideas on the current state of SAQ affairs Oxfordians claim to have assembled their contentions into a theory built from first principles by… go to article 1. Reasons
Where have all the Oxies gone?
13 Aug 2019 Leading Oxfordians seem to have disappeared from public debate. Where are they hiding? What can they be plotting? First Oxfordian By the pricking of my… go to article Article
The Single Page Guide
1 Aug 2019 1. Shakespeare is not Oxford's pseudonym. There is no credible evidence that anyone from Shakespeare's time suggested that the… go to article Basic page
The Main Arguments
16 Jun 2019 Salting the battlefield for the main arguments tr.v. salt·edsalt·ingsalts To add… go to article Diana Price Basic page
31 May 2019 Ethnic cleansing There are inescapable links between William Shakespeare and Warwickshire, even if the modern tourist industry isn't always academically… go to article Basic page
Stratford Connections
31 May 2019 Drawing wings on the elephant Evidence Abuse Camden knew Will “It seems likely therefore that William Camden made no connection… go to article Education Basic page
The Benighted History of The Shakespeare Authorship Question
30 May 2019 Basic page
2 Corinth
21 Oct 2018   Alexander Waugh has trumpeted a great Oxfordian discovery. In The Spectator (2 November 2013), he wrote: “I clearly see that my work… go to article Education 1. Reasons
11 Sep 2018 Another in our series of annotated articles looking this time at the long standing and popular claim that Oxford can be connected to Shakespeare through… go to article Basic page
11 Sep 2018 How to: Academy, Video Published on Sep 26, 2017 Shakespeare’s plays and poems tell us who we are. But who is he? Join celebrated Stratfordian Sir… go to article Waugh Article
Dugdale’s Inaccuracies
22 May 2018 Tom's paper on Dugdale. The funerary monument to William Shakespeare in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-on-Avon, is a typical ‘scholar monument’ of the type… go to article Filedownload