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Esther Singleton: How I Became an Oxfordian

Esther Singleton (1865-1930), was a prolific American author and journalist. Her dozens of books included topics such as furniture, European cities, and The Shakespeare Garden. Singleton‘s essay was written in 1921 and first published in the June/July 1940 (Vol. 1/4) issue ...

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Oxfordians’ Tempest Book Gets Favorable Mainstream Review

By Richard M. Waugaman, M.D. The Year’s Work in English Studies [YWES], a publication of the Oxford University Press, is the most comprehensive and oldest annual critical review of scholarship on English literature. In past years, Shakespeare authorship skeptics have ...

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Mary Lee Cooper: How I Became an Oxfordian

I am 90 years old and continue to be an ardent believer in Edward De Vere as the real Shakespeare. I was a business major at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and have a background of work in a university ...

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Rhoda Messner: How I Became an Oxfordian

With this reprint from our archives, the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship begins the occasional publication of classic “How I Became an Oxfordian” articles. Same title, different decades. This first one comes from the SOF files and was published in our newsletter ...

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How Did You Become an Oxfordian?

The SOF launches a periodic series of essays from members called, “How I Became an Oxfordian.” The SOF welcomes Bob Meyers, President Emeritus of the National Press Foundation, who will edit this series. Bob wants to hear from you about ...

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Shakespeare Identified brainstorm

In July the SOF board named Jennifer Newton, Kathryn Sharpe, and me to a committee charged with coordinating a plan for celebrating the centennial of J. Thomas Looney’s Shakespeare Identified in Edward DeVere Seventeenth Earl of Oxford published by the Frederick ...

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Looney and the Jews

An interesting discussion titled J. Thomas Looney and the Jews appeared on the humanities. lit.authors. shakespeare Google discussion group last week in response to John Gross’ review of James Shapiro’s new book Contested Will. The Gross review, “Denying Shakespeare” appeared in ...

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Introduction to the Poems of Edward de Vere

by John Thomas Looney This is the Introduction to the 1921 edition of the Poems of Edward de Vere, edited by J. Thomas Looney. Click here to read the poems of Edward de Vere. In the last year of the ...

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The Poems of Edward de Vere

These poems are presented here as published by J. Thomas Looney in his 1921 edition of The Poems of Edward de Vere. Read the Introduction by J. Thomas Looney. Section I. First Group These first 8 poems and one letter ...

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