This category is for sites dealing with the possibility that Sir Francis Bacon was the true author of Shakespeare's works.
Is Shakespeare Dead?
Mark Twain's article explaining that while he isn't sure who Shakespeare was, he is quite sure who he wasn't.
Looking for Shakespeare
Articles from two authors on opposing sides of the debate about the true identity of the author of the works.
Poets of the Queen
Review of the Steven W. May book, The Elizabethan Courtier Poets: Their Poems and Their Contexts.
Thoughts, comments and speculations on Shakespearean authorship.
Querulous Notes (2004)
Discussion of The University of Tennessee College of Law, which makes it possible for lawyers to fulfill almost their full continuing legal education obligation by listening to talks about the authorship "debate".
Querulous Notes: New Shakespeare Records
From 2002-2003, background on new Shakespearean discoveries.
Ron Heisler - Shakespeare and the Ethos of the Rosicrucians
Two Worlds that Converged: Shakespeare and the Ethos of the Rosicrucians. More interesting connections between early English Rosicrucianism, Shakespeare, and various Elizabethans in London.
Shakespeare Authorship Research Centre
Primary goal isdetermining who the Shakespeare writer was and exploring why he wrote anonymously and pseudonymously.
Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable
Aiming to offer an opportunity for the independent scholar to be heard by a critical but receptive audience.
Shakespeare Resource Center: The Great Debate
Thumbnail sketches of various alternative candidates for the authorship role.
Shakespeare's Unorthodox Biography
Author's web site. Describes Diana Price's book "Shakespeare's Unorthodox Biography - New evidence of an Authorship Problem" and her lecture series.
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