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Bonner Cutting Speaks on Authorship, March 17, North Palm Beach Library

Bonner Miller Cutting

Bonner Miller Cutting will speak on the Shakespeare Authorship Question on Friday, March 17, 2017 at 2:00pm, at the North Palm Beach Library, 303 Anchorage Dr., North Palm Beach, Florida 33408. The public is welcome. Bonner Cutting is a frequent speaker at Shakespeare authorship conferences and an expert on the Last Will and Testament of William Shakspere of Stratford-upon-Avon. She is one of the most popular speakers at authorship studies conferences and is well-known for her in-depth research into the subject. In “Shakespeare Cross-Examination,” she will present the reasons why reasonable people might have doubts about the traditional attribution of authorship of the works of Shakespeare to the Stratford man. According to Ms. Cutting, “There’s more to it than just a case with facts and evidence. It’s one of the greatest stories in our cultural history, and I believe that people will find that it’s a fascinating subject.”

North Palm Beach Public Library

Since early 2016, Margaret Robson, a North Palm Beach resident and longtime skeptic about the traditional authorship theory, has been leading monthly meetings at the library for discussion of Shakespeare and the authorship question. Ms. Robson was a friend of Ms. Cutting’s late parents, Judge Minos Miller and attorney Ruth Loyd Miller, who were pioneers in researching and disseminating doubts about the Stratford theory.

The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship’s Speakers Bureau can provide a speaker on the authorship question in your area. Contact info@shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org.

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