Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending December 15, 2012
Truth of Authorship
Eight Proofs that Edward de Vere Wrote the Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare: And the Reason Why He Was Forced to Transfer His Authorship
Shakespeare and Edward de Vere
Oxford’s use of codes, ciphers, and word play in works by “William Shakespeare”
Absolute Shakespeare, the essential resource for William Shakespeare’s plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre.
The Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre
Welcome to Concordia University in Portland, Oregon – the home of the Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre (SARC). We are the academic home to annual assemblies that unite professors, teachers, students, playwrights, actors, directors and lovers of Shakespeare from all over the world to share research about, and insights into, the Elizabethan world’s most acclaimed poet-playwright – with the primary goals of determining who the Shakespeare writer was and exploring why he wrote anonymously and pseudonymously.
The Oxford Authorship Site
The Oxfordian hypothesis accepts the historical documents which establish that William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon was an actor, a sharer in the Lord Chamberlain’s Men and the King’s Men, and a shareholder in the Globe and Blackfriars theatres, but posits that internal evidence in the plays indicates that Edward De Vere (1550-1604), 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the Shakespeare canon, and that from the publication of Greene’s Groatsworth of Wit in 1592, Shakespeare of Stratford was Oxford’s front man for the purpose of getting Oxford’s plays into the public theatres.
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