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Mark Twain and “Shake-Speare”: Soul Mates

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James Norwood One of the hallmarks of Mark Twain was irreverence. His first major publication, The Innocents Abroad, called into question the high culture of Europe, which he had experienced first-hand during an extended trip. Following his days as a ...

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Shatilov Translates Twain and Norwood Into Russian

Kirill Shatilov, who has translated Romeo and Juliet into Russian, has now also translated Mark Twain’s anti-Stratfordian romp Is Shakespeare Dead? into Russian. The Kindle book (Умер ли Шейкспир?) is now available on Amazon. In addition to Twain’s book, the volume also ...

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Part three: Norwood reviews PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered

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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Eddy Nix nails it at first SOF conference in Madison, WI

Conference attendees enjoyed a great day-one at the first ever Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship conference Madison, Wisconsin, thanks to the hard work of the conference committee: outgoing SOF president John Hamill, and trustees Richard Joyrich, Earl Showerman and Bonner Cutting on the program committee, and ...

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