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Nobel Prize for Oxfordian
The winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physics, Sir Roger Penrose, is also an Oxfordian. When interviewed in 2014, Sir Roger said: “The [Looney] book made a very strong case – I think I am rather persuaded that … it was Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford … I went to see The Tempest … and that seemed to me very clearly a play where the author himself was revealing himself, and the person Prospero was clearly somebody who was in the aristocracy, he was not somebody who came up from nothing.” Click the link HERE to watch the full interview with Sir Roger on YouTube. His discussion on Edward de Vere starts at timecode 07:20.