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Doubt v. Doubt? Reviewed by Don Rubin

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Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy Edited By Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 284 pp. Shakespeare Beyond Doubt? Exposing An Industry in Denial Edited By John M. Shahan and Alexander Waugh Florida: Llumina Press 254 pp. ...

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Part three: Norwood reviews PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered

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James Norwood, PhD says PBS series “Shakespeare Uncovered” inadvertently reveals inadequacies of Stratfordian attribution of Shake-speare’s plays. In part three of his review, Norwood examines episodes on Antony and Cleopatra, and Romeo and Juliet. See“Shakespeare Uncovered” for more information. Part three of ...

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Norwood reviews PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered

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James Norwood, PhD says PBS series “Shakespeare Uncovered” inadvertently reveals inadequacies of Stratfordian attribution of Shake-speare’s plays. Norwood examines episodes on Lear and Dream; “Shakespeare Uncovered” episodes on Shrew, Othello, A&C, and R&J will be shown on PBS in February. See “Shakespeare Uncovered” ...

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“Publius” reviews SHAKESPEARE, IN FACT by Irvin Matus

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In this second review of Irvin Matus' Shakespeare, IN FACT (1994), Publius, a pseudonym for a professor of Comparative Literature at an Ivy League institution, exposes the shoddy reasoning of the author.

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Review of HAMLET HIMSELF by Bronson Feldman

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By Richard M. Waugaman Bloomington, Indiana: iUniverse, 2010. Graham Bradshaw famously said “Hamlet can seem [to be] an actual person who somehow has been caught inside a play”(quoted by Bloom,1 401). Abraham Bronson Feldman’s book elucidates who this “actual person” ...

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“Is that True?” A Review of James Shapiro’s CONTESTED WILL

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by Warren Hope, PhD “This is the kind of argumentation one associates with political maneuvering rather than a serious quest for the truth on great issues and it makes one suspect that he is not very easy in his own ...

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Three Book Reviews – Bloom, Wells, and Dobson & Wells

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Three Stratfordian books are critically reviewed by Oxfordian Ramon Jiménez: Hamlet: Poem Unlimited, by Harold Bloom; Shakespeare: for all time, by Stanley Wells; and, The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare, edited by Michael Dobson and Stanley Wells.

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Review of TRAGEDY OF RICHARD II Part One, Edited by Michael Egan

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By Ramon Jiménez The Tragedy of Richard II, Part One: a newly authenticated play by William Shakespeare Edited, introduced and with variorum notes by Michael Egan. 4 v. The Edwin Mellen Press 2006. The precise size of the canon of ...

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Review of THE TRUTH WILL OUT by Brenda James and William D. Rubinstein

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By Ramon Jiménez The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare by Brenda James and William D. Rubinstein. Harlow, England: Longman, 2005. (360 pages) Hard on the heels of half a dozen biographies published just this year about the author ...

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