Oxford as ‘Shakespeare’

Oxford as ‘Shakespeare’

This article is reproduced from a new scholarly book, My Shakespeare, edited by William Leahy and published by EER. The anthology also prints new pieces arguing for Marlowe (Ros Barber), for Mary Sidney (Robin Williams), for Francis Bacon (Barry Clarke), for Stratford-Shaksper (Alan Nelson), for Henry Neville (Rubinste....
Praise for Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford

Praise for Edward de Vere, 17t...

Modern Stratfordian orthodoxy attempts to undermine the case for Oxford as Shakespeare by insisting that he was a dishonourable man, a poor scholar and a feeble poet. The following selection of allusions to him amply demonstrates that before he was recommended as the most likely author of the Shakespearean canon in ....