Online Sources

AbeBooks

This web site is the largest worldwide source for second-hand, used, rare, and out-of-print books.

Agas Map of London

Civitas Londinum is a bird’s-eye view of London first printed from woodblocks in about 1561. No copies survive from 1561, but a modified version was printed in 1633. An interactive site created by the University of Victoria, Canada.

British Library

Dictionary of National Biography 1885-1900. Edward de Vere (1550-1604) bio by Sidney Lee 1898

Early Modern London Theatres

Elizabethan Authors

Edward de Vere’s Geneva Bible (courtesy of Folger Shakespeare Library)

Early English Books on-line

Sir George Greenwood

The complete Shakespeare authorship works of Sir George Greenwood available at the Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook.

Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. It provides free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public. It holds an extensive range of early Oxfordian books.

New England Shakespeare Oxford Library

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg offers over 50,000 free ebooks. Many out-of-print titles available.

Records of Early English Drama

Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook

Extensive collection of source texts on the SAQ (including many out-of-print books as PDFs) by Mark Anderson, author of Shakespeare by Another Name.

Shakespeare Online Authorship Resources (SOAR)

A catalogue with over 4,400 entries for articles, essays, conference reports and news items published in all Oxfordian journals, newsletters, magazines, and books over the past 75 years.

Shakespeare: The Evidence

The Authorship Question Clarified
Ros Barber’s e-book on the Shakespeare Authorship Question catalogues, comprehensively, the evidence and arguments from both sides of the debate. Hyper-links to digitised primary evidence sources.