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Anderson's biography of Oxford tells the man's story assuming he was Shakespeare.
It is hard for me to comprehend why anyone who who explores the subject can still believe in the myth of Will Shaksper.
It is a riveting read, and will, if nothing else, make you want to read, or see, Shake-speare's plays.
Book is new, and there is absolutely nothing to detract from a top rating. Delivery was timely. too. The story/history proves compelling and well written.Published 3 months ago by Ronald Becker
I learned so much! Great hypothesis with plenty of supporting evidence. Get swept away in the life of the the man who probably was the Bard.Published 4 months ago by jill
I love the idea that Edward de Vere was Shakespeare, and everything is conclusive! Time, persons, plays, locations,... everything falls into place! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Philipp Göschl
I enjoyed this book by Anderson but the problem is that it was nothing new for me. Perhaps that is my own fault but I felt that a better subject for the book would have suggested... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Daniel N. Gullotta
Not knowing much about the life of Shakespeare I read two biographies which gave me with a lot of - could haves and most certainly would haves - regarding the man from Stratford... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Randall Williams
I am not an intellectual, but have always thought that Shakespeare was an enigma that did not fit the role as one of the literary geniuses of the world...it just never made sense. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. K. Estes
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 8 months 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 8 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 9 months ago by kathleen boswell