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He was a charm deceiver and a genius!
I can imagine one of them saying, "Great play, Will! By the way, what does this line mean?" "Uh..." The reply seems to be that most people weren't fooled after all!
The book reveals how this was a very much used method of communicating opinions during de Vere's life by other authors as well.
Charles Beauclerk sired by the de Vere strain is bringing out the official biography of John Ogdon (dec) heir to the music & the genius of Tchaikovsky. Read morePublished 1 month ago by michael johnson
The more I read the book, the more I wanted to learn about Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford and how only his story can be the story of William Shakespeare.Published 2 months ago by John W. Oster
Fascinating to read about the lives, art, philosophies, and language puns hiding in the characters and sentiments of the already well known plays and sonnets!Published 2 months ago by kathleen boswell
This is by far the best book ever written on the Shakespeare Authorship question. Great for beginners to the issue, and those who have already studied some of the others before -... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steven T. Sabel
I read a library copy of this book. It was so engaging and informative I had to buy it -- in hard copy, no less! It is facinating without being defensive. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Phoebe Agocs
When I was a student of English literature a long time ago (before becoming an art historian), the questions surrounding Shakespeare's authorship of the plays, sonnets, and poems... Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Kirby Talley, Jr.
Usually the term "page turner" is used for murder mystery or suspense novels. But Mr. Anderson uses real life characters to "flesh out" his belief that the Earl of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brenda Tuberville
that seems far more compelling than the Shakespeare as from Stratford Avon argument. I have yet
to read a Strafordian reasoning that adequately explains all the holes in their... Read more
Mark Anderson crawls back into the brawl about Shakespeare and comes out swinging. This is a great book for detail and rigorous explication. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Liz7bee