|Whoever it was who wrote these words must be remembered as world heritage (BBC)|
|There are tell-tale signs of the true author (de Vere Society Australia)|
- E-BOOK: The Hyphen, the Mask, the Daughter
- E-BOOK: Shakespeare by Another Name (view)
- What the world loses because of sexism as explored in Reincarnating Shakespeare’s sister: Virginia Woolf and the “uncircumscribed spirit” of fiction. The tension established between the writing subject and this vital “spirit” or “reality” has implications for the relationship between women and fiction Woolf imagines in A Room of One’s Own. For the movement of the writing subject beyond the self and towards the vital “spirit” of the “real” proves to be essential for the reincarnation of “Shakespeare’s sister,” that is, for the creation of a genuinely feminine literature (not the other SS).
- VIDEO: Shakespeare's Restless World Neil MacGregor explores the world of Shakespeare and his audience through 20 objects from that turbulent period.
|Remembering literature (bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01dtvpl)|
|De Vere is the Bard without getting credit.|
|This is clearly a mask covering a face|
By Another Name
Mark Anderson (shakespearebyanothername.com)
|Shakespeare by Another Name (Anderson)|
Legendary figures such as Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, and Sigmund Freud have all expressed grave doubts that an uneducated man, who apparently owned no books and never left England, wrote plays and poems that consistently reflect a learned and well-traveled insider's perspective on royal courts and the ancient feudal nobility.
Recent scholarship has turned to Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford -- an Elizabethan court playwright known to have written in secret and who had ample means, motive, and opportunity to in fact have assumed the "Shake-speare" disguise.
|Yes, I was wearing a mask! (DVSA)|
Biographer Mark Anderson incorporates a wealth of new evidence, including de Vere’s personal copy of the Bible (in which he underlines scores of passages that are also prominent Shakespearean biblical references). More