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Shakespeare and the Fair Youth

Charlton Ogburn, Jr. responds to Sobran's "Shakespeare's Disgrace" by noting that the homosexual theory doesn't measure up either to Oxford's known life, or to what is revealed of the author in all the Shakespeare plays. He considers instead that the controversial alternate theory to the relationship between Shakespeare/Oxford and Southampton (i.e. that they may have been family) is more likely to explain the authorship mystery and the need for preserving his mature works under the "Shake-speare" pseudonym.

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Shakespeare’s Self-Portrait

By Charlton Ogburn, Jr. Not long after William Shakspere of Stratford-on-Avon came to be celebrated as the immortal poet-dramatist, in the mid-l8th century, his credentials as such began to be doubted. Beginning in the middle of the next century, outspoken ...

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