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This is a nonfiction book, the best I've encountered that addresses the Shakespeare authorship question with a stated pro-Stratford Man bias, taking an inventive approach by... Read morePublished 11 days ago by John C. Sherwood
I have read a lot of books about this topic. I found this very well researched and clearly written.Published 19 days ago by Irene Finley
I'm slow getting started, not because the book isn't captivating--it's fantastic! Just a few personal issues conflicting with my reading time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Erica Miles. author of Dazzled by Darkness
The best argument ever made for Shakespeare's authorship of his work, not only thorough but mesmerizing: Shapiro's scholarship not only authoritative but a compelling read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Mason
This is a wonderful book written with gusto and humor by the academic, James Shapiro. After being subjected to facile commentary aired by PBS, who has that program and so many... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good and generally treatment of the question. Didn't give all evidence for De Vere but arguments forWS quite complete.Published 13 months ago by Sidney A. Simon
Clearly lays out the prominent arguments against Will writing the plays, then systematically refutes them. Great book, great read. I recommend it unreservedly.Published 13 months ago by Bonnie Ferguson
This is the best book on the Shakespeare authorship controversy that one can own. This is because this book is not just a explanation of the controversy, but a historiography of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gene Rhea Tucker
Excellent book! Such a fine summation of the authorship controversy and a thorough explanation of why all those theories are bunk. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Frances Di Pasqua