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Dudley – A Name Hated?

It is a widespread cliché that the Dudleys were a very unpopular family and that, accordingly, Robert Dudley was an unpopular man. One can even read that the project of putting Lady Jane Grey on the English throne faltered because she was married to a Dudley, and that Queen Elizabeth’s rule was endangered from the very beginning by her evident fondness for the family. 1,468 more words

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A Beautiful Tribute to Edward de Vere

The Earl of Oxenford’s Sonnet
By Theresa Rodriguez
“Jesus and Eros – Sonnets, Poems and Songs”


Shakespeare! For so long I knew the image,
But not your person; for you have been kept… 93 more words

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"Shake-Speare's Treason" -- Full Performance Now on YouTube and Soon Available on DVD

A full viewing of SHAKE-SPEARE’S TREASON — written by Hank Whittemore & director Ted Story, and based on Hank’s book on Shakespeare’s sonnets THE MONUMENT… 31 more words

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No. 100 of 100 Reasons for the Earl of Oxford's Authorship of the Shakespeare Works: How It Began by Searching for a Special Kind of Genius and Finding the Conditions Fulfilled

This one hundredth reason for Edward de Vere’s authorship of the Shakespeare works is by no means the end; on the contrary, it takes us back to the beginning – to the characteristics and conditions required even by the “genius” of that great author. 2,249 more words

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The Boar in "Minerva Britanna" (1612) and Edward de Vere and "Shakespeare"

The heraldic emblem of the Earls of Oxford for centuries was a Blue Boar, standing proudly atop their Coat of Arms. Henry Peacham in Minerva Britanna… 54 more words

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