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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
This conclusion to Reason No. 99 begins by recommending a superb paper by Ramon Jimenez, in Volume XIV of The Oxfordian for 2012: The Playwright’s Progress: Edward de Vere and the Two ‘Shrew’ Plays… 1,747 more words
Number 99 of 100 Reasons Why Oxford was "Shakespeare" (Part One): The "Taming" Plays -- "A Shrew" + "The Shrew" = the Author's Method & Identity Revealed
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
Reason 98 Why the Earl of Oxford was "Shakespeare" - He's the Only Playwright on the Meres List in 1598 Whose Plays are all "Lost"
“We have at least some dramatic material from all twenty-nine authors, except the politician Ferrers and the courtier De Vere.” – MacDonald P. Jackson, Determining the Shakespeare Canon… 1,395 more words