Monday, June 05, 2006

Shakespeare Authorship

Shakespeare Authorship:

Following up my recent book review I discovered the Shakespeare Authorship site, which is clearly dedicated to supporting the case that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare. Although it takes aim directly at the Oxfordian argument, it's nice to see some support of the standard arguments (many of which appear in Robin P. Williams' book), such as the "fact" that Shakespeare's death went unnoticed. Mary Sidney's name does not appear on the page, in case anybody's curious.

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1 comment:

Michael J. Farrand said...

Edward de Vere's life closely paralleled the story told in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Polonius seems a lot like Cecil Burghley whose ward he was. His brother's name was Horace. Ah, but you can read all about it in my poem "The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare".