Reasons 60 and 81: Why Shake-speare was Oxford

Reasons 60 and 81: Why Shake-s...

To celebrate the publication of Hank Whittemore’s new book, ‘100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford,’ the De Vere Society Newsletter continues its serialisation of extracts with his Reasons No 60 and No. 81. The full ‘100 Reasons’ are available from Amazon! Reason 60: Sea and Seamanship Lieutenant Co....

The Parallel Lives of Shakespe...

Edward de Vere, the Seventeenth Earl of Oxford was born 12 April 1550 and died 24 June 1604 aged 54 years Ludwig van Beethoven was born 16 December 1770 and died 26 March 1827 aged 56 years Asked to name the greatest literary genius of all time, or the greatest musical genius of all time, […]....

Shakespeare and John Dee Co-wr...

To view or download this article as a PDF click here. Continuing on from research looking at the influence of John Dee on Shakespeare’s works, James Alan Egan outlines his theory on Dee’s hand in The Tempest. On a small hill overlooking Newport Harbor and the mouth of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island stands a 28-foot....
The Author of The Wisdom of Dr.Doddypoll

The Author of The Wisdom of Dr...

At the May 2015 de Vere Society Annual General Meeting in Oxford, the late Michael le Gassick considered whether the anonymous play, The Wisdom of Dr. Doddypoll, published in 1600, was from the hand of Edward de Vere. I would like to add my own argument in support of this claim. Outline of the play […]....