Library

Welcome to the De Vere Society Library: a comprehensive resource on Edward de Vere and the Shakespeare Authorship Question. 

We have compiled a number of external resources for you, as well as compiling a library of our own research, articles and debates on subjects that interest our members.

Books & Journals

A list of recommended Oxfordian books by date of publication, and a list of selected journals. These boks and journals cover a variety of topics including general information about Shakespeare and his works, and also the Shakespeare Authorship Question and links to Edward de Vere as Shakespeare.

Books and Journals

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De Vere Society Articles

Articles and papers by members of the De Vere Society showing the range of our research on Edward de Vere as Shakespeare.

De Vere Society Articles

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De Vere Society Reviews

Reviews by members of the De Vere Society showing the range of our research on Shakespeare and Edward de Vere.

De Vere Society Reviews

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De Vere Society Film, TV & Theatre

A list of links to full videos or trailers of some of the films, tv documentaries and plays that touch on the subject of Edward de Vere as Shakespeare.

De Vere Society Film, TV & Theatre

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De Vere Society Online Sources

A list of links to a variety of websites and other online resources around Shakespeare, de Vere and the Authorship Question.

Shakespearere Authorship Question Organisations

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De Vere Society Websites & Blogs

A list of links to a variety of websites and blogs that cover a range of topics around Shakespeare and Edward de Vere, and other relevant subjects.

De Vere Society Websites & Blogs

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Our latest news

Shakespeare Was a Woman and Other Heresies at the London Library

Shakespeare Was a Woman and Ot...

Shakespeare Was a Woman and Other Heresies (In person) at the London Library Thursday 06 Jun 2024 The idea that Shakespeare may not have written the works that bear his name is, to some, tantamount to blasphemy. His biography is sketchy, to say the least, but to question his identity has become a literary anathema.  [....
GREAT OXFORD BOX SET I-III – Limited Edition

GREAT OXFORD BOX SET I-III –...

“Who seeks and will not take, when once ’tis offer’d, Shall never find it more” Antony & Cleopatra Act II scene 7. GREAT OXFORD BOX SET I-III – Limited Edition The de Vere Society is proud to announce the arrival of Great Oxford I-III, a beautiful boxed-set of three hardback volumes celebrating over twen....