Dr. Weeks’ Comments: This is a great story – the actual authorship of Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets – whose lessons about the challenge of free and intelligent expression under the reign of a monarchy which doesn’t welcome criticism is timely…
2) The qualifications necessary for the true author of these works are more adequately realized in the person of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, than in the …
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Shakespeare’s history plays rewrite the histories of the earls of Oxford—even in incidental ways that are inconsequential to the plays’ substance—in order to …
Jump to Oxford’s lyric poetry: Some of Oxford’s lyric poetry survives. In the opinion of J. Thomas Looney, as “far as forms of versification are …