From the 18th to 20th of July 1553, the odds fully turned in Mary’s favor when an important ally found his way into her camp. The 16th Earl of Oxford, John de Vere was a complex man. 1,616 more words
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Reviewing Shakespeare and the Countess: The Battle that Gave Birth to the Globe by Chris Laoutaris; Penguin, 2014
The great mystery, of course, is how and by what means the London Stage was brought to life during one of the most repressive periods in Western History. 2,948 more words
Bulletin! Discovery of New Portrait of "Shakespeare"! And the Evidence of His Identity Points to the Earl of Oxford!
There is a delicious irony in the discovery, claimed this week by British botanist and historian Mark Griffiths, that an engraving on the inside title page of the 1597 book… 1,003 more words
When the Shakespeare paradigm finally shifts from illusion to reality, the world will begin to see that the true author did not write about a wholly imagined life, but, rather, he wrote mostly about a… 509 more words