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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.
A worthy and engaging life of Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, and a superb entry in the controversy over the authorship of Shakespeare's plays. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Silas Sparkhammer
Fascinating detailed research into the theory that Edward de Vere is the author of the works attributed to William Shakespeare. I found it compellingly believable. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Paul
After carefully and objectively reviewing the previous scholarly work on the identity of Shakespeare, Mark Anderson presents
a detailed, comprehensive and well reasoned case... Read more
An absolute best read, Mark Anderson has nailed it - thank you Mark!Published 2 months ago by swsprime
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 6 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 7 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 7 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 8 months ago by Daniel N. Gullotta