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Oxford to Southampton in the Private Sonnets & Queen Elizabeth to Southampton in the Public Dialogue of Venus to Adonis

In the narrative poem Venus and Adonis (1593), introducing the Shakespeare name and linking it uniquely to Southampton, the author gives the goddess Venus (Queen Elizabeth) thirty-six lines of dialogue spoken to young Adonis (first Oxford, now Southampton) in the same vein as the first seventeen private sonnets — 390 more words


More of the Earl of Oxford's Poetry to Queen Elizabeth - Part 2 of 2

The evidence is overwhelming that Edward de Vere Earl of Oxford used most if not all of his early signed poetry to express his feelings about Queen Elizabeth and his relationship to her.  1,601 more words


The Earl of Oxford's Poetry to Queen Elizabeth - Part 1 of 2

One poem in particular by Edward de Vere Earl of Oxford in The Paradise of Dainty Devices (1576) can be established without question as written to/about Queen Elizabeth I of England.  761 more words


The Special Language of the Sonnets -- To Perceive or Not to Perceive, that's the Question

The special language used by Edward de Vere the Earl of Oxford for SHAKE-SPEARES SONNETS published in 1609 – to conceal, yet also reveal, his subject matter – was developed over at least a couple of decades — publicly!  597 more words


Maybe Thomas & William Stanley, Margaret Beaufort, Bishop Morton, Reginald Bray, John De Vere, Northumberland, and Henry Tydder Were Just Jealous

by Merlyn MacLeod

In the midst of reading an old book from 1965 called The Art of Creative Writing by Lajos Egri, I came across the following. 486 more words

The Entire Printed History of the Oxfordian Movement in a Single Volume

Our friend and colleague James A. Warren has done an amazing job, performing a real and lasting service, with his latest updating of AN INDEX TO OXFORDIAN PUBLICATIONS. 570 more words