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The Earl of Oxford as Spenser’s “Perfecte Pattern of a Poet, Cuddie”

by Eva Turner Clarke Excerpted from Eva Turner Clarke’s 1933 book, The Satirical Comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost (New York: William Farquhar Payson, 1933), 129-135.   I must digress long enough to point out an extraordinary parallel between this address of ...

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The Many Nicknames of the Earl of Oxford

Master Apis Lapis Charles Wisner Barrell, writing in the October 1944 issue of The Shakespeare Fellowship Quarterly, exposed for the first time a reality with devastating implications for Shakespearean orthodoxy. Thomas Nashe, in his 1592 dedicatory preface to Strange News, ...

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