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Advance Comment from Dr. Richard Waugaman on "100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford"

I want to thank Richard M. Waugaman, M.D. for his advance comment on 100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford, and to recommend his insightful, often ground-breaking work on the authorship question. 273 more words

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Encore Returns of "Anonymous" and "Last Will. & Testament" to Arizona Film Festival

We are pleased to pass along the news that two films related to the Shakespeare Authorship Question, focusing on Edward de Vere Earl of Oxford as the true author of the plays, poems and sonnets, are making their “encore returns” to the… 52 more words

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A Comment on "100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford"

I am grateful to all who submitted advance comments about 100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford and, from time to time, will post one or two of them on this site. 157 more words

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Now Available on Amazon Books: "100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford" by Hank Whittemore

“We now have an indisputable claimant for the answer to the question: What is the first book to read about the Shakespeare authorship question? Answer: Hank Whittemore’s… 297 more words

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Did Marlowe and Shakespeare Collaborate? Well ... yes! ... because Marlowe Worked with Oxford, Who then Became Shake-speare

So … according to the “New Oxford Shakespeare” editors, Christopher Marlowe and the great poet-dramatist worked together!  Well, that’s a step in the right direction … a giant step on the journey away from Stratford and into the political terrain of London and the court … a journey into what really happened when Marlowe, a Cambridge student and government spy, worked in the 1580s with Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, who supervised a group of writers turning out plays of English history during wartime … promoting a new spirit of patriotic identity and national unity.   4,183 more words

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