This category is for sites dealing with the possibility that Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, was the true author of the works attributed to Shakespeare.
A review of the Joseph Sobran book.
Professor Alan Nelson's site includes all 76 of Oxford's letters and a great deal of other information, together with his ideas on why Oxford could not have been Shakespeare.
Brame & Popova Attributing Shakespeare Works to de Vere
Short article about using linguistics to argue for de Vere's authorship.
The Dark Side of Shakespeare
Authorship of Shakespeare's works, including information on the 17th Earl of Oxford's travels, spying, and epic heraldry adventures.
The De Vere Society
Promoting the view that Oxford was the true author of Shakespeare's works.
Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford (1550-1604)
Edward De Vere, Earl of Oxford, Renaissance English poet and courtier. Life, works, resources. At Luminarium.
Edward de Vere: The Man Who Wrote Shakespeare
A poem on the authorship debate, by Michael J. Farrand.
From Mapplethorpe to Oxenford
Examines the possible misinformation about Shakespearean authorship presented as fact by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Gray Lady Flirts With the Earl of Oxford
Dissects the errors in an analysis of the authorship debate by the New York Times.
Novel Oxfords: Two Fictive Biographies Presenting Edward de Vere as "Shakespeare"
Peter Morton analyzes Andrew Field's The Lost Chronicle of Edward de Vere (1990), and Absent Thee from Felicity (1975), by Rhoda Henry Messner.
The distinctive orthography of Edward de Vere 17th earl of Oxford.
Background on the theory.
Querulous Notes: The Marginalia of Edward de Vere’s Geneva Bible
An analysis of Roger Stritmatter's dissertation.
Querulous Notes: The Marginalia of Edward de Vere’s Geneva Bible Part II
Further analysis of the dissertation.
Shakespeare and the Globe: Then and Now
The Encyclopedia Britannica synopsis of the Shakespeare-Oxford debate.
The Shakespeare Fellowship
News, resources and discussion boards on the Shakespeare Authorship question with special emphasis on Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.
The Shakespeare Mystery
WGBH's TV program exploring the Shakespeare authorship question. Tapes and transcripts available.
Shakespeare's Bad Law
Mark Alexander looks at the history and scholarship on the issue of Shakespeare's knowledge of the law.
Shakespeare: Who Was He? The Oxford Challenge to the Bard of Avon
Paul Franssen's review of the Richard F. Whalen book.
Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603)
A guide to British literature of the Renaissance with over 100 original pages, biographies, and works never before published on the web. Also includes several hundred links to additional resources.
Was Oxford Shakespeare?
A computer-aided analysis of the commonalities of style in de Vere and Shakespeare.
Who Was Shakespeare?
James Hammond's argues in favor of Oxford as the author of Shakespeare's works.
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