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A Flawed Life of Oxford

By Joseph Sobran This article was first published in the Fall 2003 Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. Since 1920, Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, has emerged as the favorite candidate of most anti-Stratfordians for authorship of the Shakespeare works. He has by now eclipsed the chief previous challenger, Francis Bacon. Yet professional scholars have paid little […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to the Shakespeare Authorship Problem

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1) Introduction to the Shakespeare authorship problem 2) Honor Roll of Skeptics The ever growing list of influential literary, cultural and political figures who doubt the Stratford story. Maintained on a separate page. 3) History of the doubts surrounding the authorship of Shakespeare’s works. Maintained on a separate page. 4) Summary of […]

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“Shakespeare” Revealed in Oxford’s Poetry

by Joseph Sobran (This paper was first published in the January 1996 De Vere Society Newsletter) In his neglected book Shakespeare Revealed in Oxford’s Letters, the late William Plumer Fowler performed the heroic task of finding hundreds of verbal parallels between the works of Shakespeare and the letters of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford. […]

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Edward de Vere

Seventeenth Earl of Oxford Elizabethan Courtier, Poet and Playwright 1550 – 1604 At the time that Elizabeth Tudor became Queen of England in 1558, the Earldom of Oxford was the longest and most illustrious line of nobles in the country, its direct ancestor, Aubrey de Vere, having held land under Edward the Confessor, and later […]

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