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Oxfordian Theory of Shakespeare Authorship

Analyzing "Fingerprints" in Shakespeare's Writing

Presents literary studies of Michael Brame and Galina Popova on the theory that states Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford as the true author of Shakespeare and not the actor William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon.


Encloses quotations on the authorship argument of Shakespeare. Presents theory that Edward de Vere as the real author of the plays and poems.

Early Modern Literary Studies: Novel Oxfords

Features comparative essay on two fictitious biographies showcasing Edward de Vere as the author behind the name “Shakespeare.”.

Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford

Provides biographical and literary accounts. Contains essays and articles on the theory of his authorship of Shakespeare.

Oxfordian Theory

Theory on Shakespearean authorship. Believes that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford is the author of the plays under the name of Shake-speare which is conventionally attributed to William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon.

Shakespeare Oxford Society: The End of Stratfordianism

News article featuring an overview on Joseph Sobran's book entitled 'Alias Shakespeare.'.

Stromata: A Test of Sobran's Method

Theory delves into the similar structure and phrasing presented by Earl of Oxford’s corpus of poems and of William Shakespeare’.

Stromata: The Gray Lady Flirts With the Earl of Oxford

Features notes on various Shakespearean plays to provide evidences on its that its been written by another author and not the actor from Stratford.

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