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Toronto Conference Schedule and Important Updates

Schedule Thursday,  17 October 12-1             Registration 1-1:15          Welcome. Opening of Conference. 1:15-2          Shelly Maycock  (Virginia) “Essex, Oxford and the Concept of Popularity in Late Elizabethan Discourse.”  How the notion of popularity can be recast from an Oxfordian perspective. 2-2:45       ...

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Required Reading! Diana Price, Author of Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography, Reviews Shakespeare Beyond Doubt Edited by Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson

Everybody who is interested in the Shakespeare authorship question should read Diana Price’s entire review of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt.  I’m pasting below a long section from Diana Price’s review.  To read the entire review, please visit Diana’s website (http://www.shakespeare-authorship.com) or ...

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Still Plenty Of Room For Doubt — “Macduff’s” Insightful Review On Amazon.com Of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy

The following review, penned by “Macduff,” is certainly worth reading.  Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A6LSWAP1OPLEB/ref=cm_pdp_rev_title_2?ie=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview#R2AHSYAEJA9BMW Review of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy by Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson This book’s overriding theme is that readers should stop thinking for themselves ...

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Tom Regnier Reviews Shakespeare Beyond Doubt

Tom Regnier reviews Shakespeare Beyond Doubt, the collection of essays edited by Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells. Read the review here. “The authors of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt show little familiarity with the best anti-Stratfordian scholarship, most of which is never ...

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Shakespeare Beyond Doubt v. Shakespeare Beyond Doubt?

Two new books take on the Shakespeare Authorship Question. The spring of 2013 saw the publication of two books about the Shakespeare Authorship Question with deliberately similar titles. First to appear was Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy, edited by ...

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Oxfordian Response to Shakespeare Beyond Doubt

Cambridge University Press recently released Shakespeare Beyond Doubt, which attempts to prove that there is “no doubt” that William Shakspere of Stratford wrote the works of “William Shakespeare.” But while over 70 documents exist about the Stratford man that were ...

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Marlowe Authorship Book Wins 2013 Desmond Elliott prize

Ros Barber’s Shakespeare authorship novel The Marlowe Papers wins the Desmond Elliott Prize for debut fiction. Judge chair Joanne Harris: “Barber’s novel stood out from the shortlist because it is a unique historical conspiracy story that engages all the senses.” ...

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