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Required Reading! Diana Price, Author of Shakespeare’s Unorthodox Biography, Reviews Shakespeare Beyond Doubt Edited by Stanley Wells and Paul Edmondson

Everybody who is interested in the Shakespeare authorship question should read Diana Price’s entire review of Shakespeare Beyond Doubt.  I’m pasting below a long section from Diana Price’s review.  To read the entire review, please visit Diana’s website (http://www.shakespeare-authorship.com) or ...

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A Matter of Small Consequence

Roger Stritmatter takes a close look at Terry Ross's essay on "What George Puttenham Really Said" in The Arte of English Poesie, and concludes that Mr. Ross is himself more guilty of a "carelessness with evidence" than the Oxfordians he rails against.


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A Rebuttal to Thomas Reedy and David Kathman’s “How We Know that Shakespeare Wrote Shakespeare”

By Lynne Kositsky and Roger Stritmatter In an undated internet essay by Mr. Tom Reedy and Dr. David Kathman, “How We Know that Shakespeare Wrote Shakespeare: The Historical Facts,” the authors explain why they “know” the conclusion stated in their ...

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Terry Ross’ Supererogation

by Mark K. Anderson Reprinted from Shakespeare Matters, Spring 2002   I recently interviewed a controversial scientist whose work in the fields of physics and neurology has stirred up a firestorm of debate — with staunch orthodox and heterodox champions, ...

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