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Devices and Desires
14 Feb 2018 “We have followed too much the devices and desires of our own hearts.” The Book of Common Prayer In the spring of 1579, Gilbert Talbot wrote his father, the… go to article Stylometry, cyrillic-ext 1. Reasons
To be or not to be Hamlet
14 Feb 2018 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
Bussy Galore
14 Feb 2018 A famous modern poet used to sacrifice every year a Statius to Virgil’s manes; and I have indignation enough to burn a D’Ambois annually to the memory of… go to article Waugh, Hand D 1. Reasons
Canon Fodder
14 Feb 2018 The smoking gun, proving who did and who didn’t write Shakespeare, has been found in the hand of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. Is that an… go to article Marlowe 1. Reasons
Biblical revelation
14 Feb 2018 This short article was written in 2013, one of our first. A response to Roger Stritmatter's idea that the marks in the Folger Library's Geneva Bible were made… go to article Nelson 1. Reasons
Statosphere
14 Feb 2018 "Judging from their surviving writing, Shakespeare was not just 100 times better than Oxford, he was also 80 times more productive. Shakespeare wrote… go to article Court Matters, Pseudonym 1. Reasons
Collaborateur
14 Feb 2018 John Fletcher is a black hole for Oxfordian theorists. Too close and the whole Oxfordian shebang disappears in a wail of deplorable sucking noises. It's a… go to article Shaheen 1. Reasons
Devices and Desires
14 Feb 2018 “We have followed too much the devices and desires of our own hearts.” The Book of Common Prayer In the spring of 1579, Gilbert Talbot wrote his father, the… go to article Stylometry, cyrillic-ext 1. Reasons
Bussy Galore
14 Feb 2018 A famous modern poet used to sacrifice every year a Statius to Virgil’s manes; and I have indignation enough to burn a D’Ambois annually to the memory of… go to article Waugh, Hand D 1. Reasons
Rhapsody in Red
14 Feb 2018 Does converting to Oxfordianism increase your appreciation of the work, as many Oxfordians claim? Nat Whilk likens it to ketchup on gourmet cooking, creating… go to article William Basse 1. Reasons
Weever's tangled web
14 Feb 2018  The Oxfordian pick has struck gold again, an occurrence that seems to happen with astounding regularity, yet for some reason the nuggets found never seem… go to article Hamlet (1599–1601) 1. Reasons
Deverean analysis
30 Jan 2018 Jeff Falzone January 4 at 7:16am Somebody on Twitter is trying to decipher this handwriting:   LikeShow… go to article Basic page
Macbeth Unequivocal
16 Jan 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 Article
Early Oxford Bibliography
2 Feb 2017 Anon ,“Hill Hall, Essex, the residence of the Duc de Moro” in Country Life, 7 July, 1906, 18-27. Archer, Ian W., “Smith, Sir Thomas (1513–1577),” Oxford… go to article Basic page
Legitimized by illegitimacy?
4 May 2016 Video Survey Published on 30 Apr 2016 under the title Shakespeare Legitimized Plausibility: 2/10, Credibility 1/10, Useful content 0/10 go to article Basic page
Easter puzzles
25 Mar 2016 For all you smug gits reporting top marks on Facebook quizzes, try these. 1. BBC cybersecurity challenge (easy first then exponentially more difficult).… go to article Basic page
Internal evidence
5 Jan 2016 Although computerised stylometric analysis has advanced considerably, modern attribution techniques are not dependent on it. Nor does it disagree with more… go to article Ogburn, Shaheen Basic page
Internal evidence
5 Jan 2016 Although computerised stylometric analysis has advanced considerably, modern attribution techniques are not dependent on it. Nor does it disagree with more… go to article Ogburn, Shaheen Basic page
1 Samuel
20 Oct 2015 This book, along with Eccelsiasticus, received most attention from the annotators, from Stritmatter and from other Oxfordians. Latterly it's become a… go to article Basic page
Lame him with reasons
19 May 2015 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
Hand D Comments
17 Feb 2015 Unusually, for Oxfraud, the Hand D comments pages are closed. We have decided to gather the comments for the series of articles here, on a single page, where… go to article Basic page
New Chronology
24 Dec 2014 A new chronology for Shakespeare’s plays Douglas… go to article Basic page
Bilton Hall
6 Oct 2014 Rented out before either Oxford or Jonson were born, sold in 1580—43 years before Ben came up with his famous soubriquet—never associated with Oxford until an… go to article Basic page
Tempest Studies
1 Sep 2014 In an email received in the early days of Oxfraud, only a year ago, Roger Stritmatter warned me that 2013 would be a significant year in the SAQ debate as he… go to article Basic page
Wills Income table
27 Aug 2014 Shakespeare's earnings Writer   Venus and Adonis £27.00     Rape of Lucrece £20.00     Collaborative… go to article Basic page
Engagement
19 Jun 2014 Page DepthPageviews 1 677   2 274   3 246   4 176   5 120   6 156   7 105   8… go to article Article
Twitter
5 Jun 2014 Basic page
Stone tablet
3 Mar 2014 Basic page
Book Store
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Screenshots
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