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Shakespeare’s Sexuality: and how it affects the Authorship Issue

John Hamill Originally published in THE OXFORDIAN, Volume 8, 2005, pages 1–35 In Shakespeare, whose works deal with every aspect of human life, we would expect to see much about sex, and indeed we do. Everything he wrote deals with ...

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Radical New Edition of Shakespeare by Oxford University Press Debunked

After evaluating the new edition of Shakespeare’s works by Oxford University Press (OUP), three scholars contend that the editors have failed to prove their hypothesis that Shakespeare worked with 11 co-authors throughout his career. Their review has been published in ...

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The Rediscovery of Shakespeare’s Greater Greek

Earl Showerman Originally published in THE OXFORDIAN, Volume 17, 2015, pages 163–191 There has been a rebirth in appreciation for the dramatic power of ancient Greek tragedy in twenty-first century American culture. Wyatt Mason’s recent Harper’s Magazine article, “You are ...

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The Horatio Society Meets in Berkeley

The Horatio Society, a west coast subgroup of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, met on August 20th at the King Yen Restaurant in Berkeley, California, marking their first meeting in many years. At the event, John Hamill, Katherine Chiljan, Ramon Jiménez, and ...

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Vote Now in the “Who Wrote Shakespeare?” Video Contest – Thru Oct. 1, 2017

Shakespeare authorship candidates

Voting is now open in the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship’s “Who Wrote Shakespeare?” Video Contest at https://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/sof-video-contest/. Everyone can vote, so please visit the contest page, watch the videos, and vote for your favorite! Also, feel free to share this link ...

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The Law in Hamlet: Death, Property, and the Pursuit of Justice

Thomas Regnier Originally published in Brief Chronicles Vol. III (2011), pages 107–132 Hamlet is not, on its face, a “legal” play in the way that Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure are legal plays. It has no trial scenes, ...

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Phillip Proulx: How I Became an Oxfordian

This is another article from our archives. It was originally published in our newsletter in Fall 1983. Phillip Proulx ran a bookkeeping service in the Washington, DC area. He died at his residence in Arlington, Virginia on January 12, 2013. ...

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A Psychiatrist’s View of Shakespeare’s Sonnets

Eliot Slater Editor’s Note: In 1969 Eliot Slater published a substantial article on the Shakespeare Authorship Question in the journal of psychiatry Anais Portugueses de Psiquiatria. The first half of the article is available on the website http://eliotslater.org. The second ...

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An Evening at the Cockpit: Further Evidence of an Early Date for Henry V

Ramon Jiménez Originally published in THE OXFORDIAN, Volume 18,  2016, pages 9–22 Aside from the identity of the author of the Shakespeare canon, the most important question facing revisionist scholars, those who reject the Stratfordian theory, is an accurate dating ...

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Eva Turner Clark: How I Became an Oxfordian

Eva Turner Clark, the author of Hidden Allusions in Shakespeare’s Plays became an Oxfordian after discussions with her friend, the prolific author, Esther Singleton. Their love of flowers, nature and skeptical inquiry drew them together. In 1931 she wrote this ...

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