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Authorship of Shakespeare's Plays
- Evidence that suggests Shakespeare did write the plays attributed to him.
- Evidence in favor of Shakespeare; background on Edward de Vere and others who are part of the authorship debate.
The Case for Shakespeare - 91.10
- Stratfordian article by Irvin Matus, from Atlantic Monthly, Oct. 1991.
- Brief essay favoring Stratford.
Eight Witnesses to Shakespeare
- Private notes, book-lists, and title-page inscriptions that evince Shakespeare's reputation as the author of his works.
Folger Shakespeare Library
- Covering the library, visitor information, exhibitions, museum shop, teaching Shakespeare theatre productions, poetry, the Folger Consort, PEN/Faulkner readings and lectures.
George Buc: The Man Who Knew Shakespeare
- Evidence in favor of Shakespeare.
History Of William Shakespeare
- Two short sketches: background on authorship; a biography.
Monstrous Adversary: The Life of Edward De Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford
- Thomas A. Pendleton's review of the Alan H. Nelson book, which argues in favor of Shakespeare's authorship.
Much Ado About Nothing?
- Examining the Shakespeare authorship debate.
PBS and Rubbo on Marlowe as Shakespeare: A Reply
- Commentary on the Diana Price appearance in the program.
Querulous Notes (March 2002)
- The first in an occasional series analyzing a new anti-Stratfordian tract.
Querulous Notes: Defense of Stratfordianism
- Refutes evidence presented in Joseph Sobran's annual column.
Querulous Notes: New Shakespeare Records 2003
- An update circa August 2003.
Querulous Notes: Shakespeare and Roman Catholicism
- Anti-Stratfordian Peter W. Dickson obtains a forum in The Weekly Standard for his thesis that Shakespeare of Stratford's (alleged) Roman Catholicism disproves his authorship of the works that bear his name.
Querulous Notes: The Pro-Stratfordian Position
- Refutation of some recent anti-Stratfordian works.
Shakespeare and Literacy
- Commentary on literacy amongst actors during Shakespeare's time, and whether it might be used as a determining factor in the authorship debate.
- This page is dedicated to the proposition that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare. Anti-Oxfordian arguments from a traditional point of view.
Shakespeare of Stratford, Un Bourgeios Gentilhomme?
- Analyzes the anti-Stratfordian position that William Shakespeare was too prosperous, contented and bourgeois a figure ever to have written poems like Shakespeare’s Sonnets.
Shakespeare Scholars Discuss Whether the Bard was a Beard
- Stanford Report, January 9, 2002.
- A pro-Stratfordian position.
Who actually wrote Shakespeare?
- A pro-Stratfordian essay.
Who Wrote Shakespeare's Plays?
- Presents common arguments for and against Shakespeare's authorship, concluding that Shakespeare wrote the plays.
Why I Reject the Shakespearean Heresies
- by Robert Englert.
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