Oxfordian researcher and writer Christopher Paul reports that his review of Shakespeare’s Lost Kingdom by Charles Beauclerk has been translated into German by the Neue Shake-speare Gesellschaft (New Shake-speare Society) for the current edition of the NEW SHAKE-SPEARE JOURNAL: Christopher Paul, “Shakespeares verlorenes Königreich,” NEUES SHAKE-SPEARE JOURNAL New Series 2 (2011), 13-31. The German-language review is available online in pdf at http://shake-speare-today.de/front_content.php?idart=568.
With Roland Emmerich’s movie Anonymous now in theaters, this is a particularly good time to read Christopher Paul’s timely and insightful review. If you haven’t read his review yet, you now have many options for getting your hands and eyes on this article.
The original English version of the review was published in Brief Chronicles II (2010, Print Edition), 244-57. For information about Brief Chronicles, see: http://www.briefchronicles.com/ojs/index.php/bc/index.php.
Paul announced that his review is now available as a downloadable pdf at the following weblog/sites:
- The De Vere Society: http://www.deveresociety.co.uk/News%26Events-26.html.
- The Elizabethan Review: http://www.elizabethanreview.com/tudor.html.
- The Oxford Authorship Site: http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/documents.html.
- “SHAKESPEARE” BY ANOTHER NAME: http://shakespearebyanothername.blogspot.com/2011/08/anonymous-questions-did-queen-elizabeth.html.