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Semiotics and the Shakespeare Authorship Debate: The author—and his icon—do make a difference in understanding the works

Merilee Karr, MD Reprinted by permission from the Winter 2001 (36:4) issue of the Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. —A companion piece, A brief history of interpretation, immediately follows this article (figures 1-3). A year ago I spoke to a high school ...

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Stuart Marlow: How I Became an Oxfordian

At school and college in Leeds and Reading in the England of 1960s and 70s, all my tutors tended to concentrate on Shakespeare’s work, not his  identity. Without exception they claimed there was too much uncertainty to get bogged down ...

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Review of WHO WROTE SHAKESPEARE? by John Michell

By Roger Stritmatter Who Wrote Shakespeare? by John Michell. London: Thames & Hudson, 1996. The dustjacket blurb on John Michell’s Who Wrote Shakespeare? promises a book which “reads like a series of detective stories” Actually, a better metaphor for the ...

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