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The Tempest Teapot
3 Apr 2018 Tempest Article
Return to Planet of the Poet Apes
3 Apr 2018 Waugh, Poet Ape Basic page
Arms get legs
3 Apr 2018 A spectacular own goal Detaching Shakespeare from historical references is the business of the doubter on the Clapham Omnibus and misinterpreting the… go to article Sogliardo Basic page
A conspiracy
3 Apr 2018  There are hundreds conspiracy theories out there, They allow their subscribers to feel one up on the rest of us—in possession of a secret understood only… go to article Conspiracy 1. Reasons
Mark Twain
3 Apr 2018 Mark Twain is the authorship debate's top poster boy. Famous, funny and universally well-regarded, possibly even the author of the semi-mythical Great… go to article Authority appeals Basic page
Why is there an authorship ‘debate’, anyway?
2 Apr 2018 Isolating the bug up the Oxfordian backside Schopenhauer on genius It is a persistent, uninterrupted activity that constitutes the superior mind. The… go to article Article
Persuasion
2 Apr 2018 Oxford as a brilliant writer is a construct, all made up of fantasy and theft. “What he hath left us” is a dismal little heap of slag. So then his cultists… go to article 1. Reasons
Riot gear
2 Apr 2018 Coriolanus’ date Is 1608  “ONE of the beauties of the Oxfordian theory is that it brings to life about two-thirds of the canon otherwise tending to be… go to article 1. Reasons
Feedback
2 Apr 2018 Feedback on the New Site 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… go to article Basic page
Is it important?
2 Apr 2018   Yes. Surely all that really matters to the modern reader is that we have a body of work containing both drama and poetry, never equalled in English… go to article Article
Unequivocal
2 Apr 2018 Macbeth is a Jacobean play, through and through. It celebrates the accession of James VI & I, and his descent through a true line of  Scottish kings… go to article Chronology 1. Reasons
The Main Arguments
2 Apr 2018 Salting the battlefield tr.v. salt·edsalt·ingsalts To add, treat, season, or… go to article Diana Price Basic page
Diana Price’s Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography (2001)
2 Apr 2018 Professor Alan Nelson on Paper Trails [For Price's reply and my reply to her reply see below.] Diana Price knows how to put a sentence together, but she… go to article Diana Price Article
2 Corinth
2 Apr 2018 Alexander Waugh has trumpeted a great Oxfordian discovery. In The Spectator (2 November 2013), he wrote: “Researching a new book on Shakespeare’s… go to article Education 1. Reasons
Hh-education
2 Apr 2018 “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 the horn nicely, to hunt… go to article Education 1. Reasons
Waughbait—The Oxfordian Empire Strikes Back
2 Apr 2018 What's this article doing here… go to article Failed argument Article
Hardly ever sick at sea
2 Apr 2018 What never? Hardly Ever? On such a full sea are we now afloat;  And we must take the current when it serves,  Or lose our ventures Shakespeare's… go to article Failed argument 1. Reasons
Even Hawking
2 Apr 2018 I know a hawk from a handsaw,said Hamlet while plotting in Elsinore;but the Bard sadly erred - it was really a bird,not a carpenter's tool that the… go to article Falconry 1. Reasons
The Italian Job
2 Apr 2018 'Almost no Oxfordian argument has wasted more bandwidth than Will's knowledge of Italy. The arguments have a unique brand of silliness all their… go to article Italy 1. Reasons
Fusina
2 Apr 2018 Click bottom right to advance the slides. This was a Lovely day in late September. All argument aside, this is the way to arrive in Venice. Not over the… go to article Italy 1. Reasons
Wracke and Redemption
2 Apr 2018 Dating William STRACHEY’S ‘A TRUE REPORTORY OF THE WRACKE AND REDEMPTION OF SIR THOMAS GATES’: A comparative textual study In their article… go to article Stritmatter, Strachey 1. Reasons
Letter from America
2 Apr 2018 A tale from the early days of Authorship Doubters, with sincere apologies to Alistair Cooke. Good evening. Once, in the early 30's, I was travelling through… go to article Strachey 1. Reasons
Dating The Tempest
2 Apr 2018 David Kathman Introduction Though Oxfordians consistently try to deny it, one of the biggest problems for their theory is The Tempest, which can be dated… go to article Strachey Basic page
Wracke and Redemption
2 Apr 2018 Dating William STRACHEY’S ‘A TRUE REPORTORY OF THE WRACKE AND REDEMPTION OF SIR THOMAS GATES’: A comparative textual study In their article… go to article Stritmatter, Strachey 1. Reasons
A squadron of Tempests
2 Apr 2018 “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 and I… go to article Stylometry 1. Reasons
Redating The Tempest (2)
2 Apr 2018 An Anti-Stratfordian Tour de Farce Although an intensely irritating waste of paper, despite appearances, there is a purpose in this type of publication.… go to article Tempest Basic page
Giraffe gaffe
2 Apr 2018 Alexander Waugh has trumpeted a great Oxfordian discovery. In The Spectator (2 November 2013), he wrote: “Researching a new book on Shakespeare’s… go to article Waugh 1. Reasons
A W Pollard
1 Apr 2018 A W Pollard by Frank Brook. The British Library. Click on the link below to download Pdf of the CUP 1923 edition of Pollard's book, … go to article Filedownload
2. The Dissertation
1 Apr 2018 “The life of Shakespeare is a fine mystery...  I tremble every day lest something should ‘turn up’.”—Charles Dickens… go to article Bible Basic page
Hand D home
1 Apr 2018 The debate on authenticity is over Hand D belongs to one of six different individuals, five authors and one scribe, who contributed to the manuscript of Sir… go to article Sir Thomas More  (1592–1604) Basic page