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"Shakespeare" by Another Name

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Published by Highbridge Audio .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • English Literature (Specific Aspects),
  • General,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • 16th Century Literature - History And Criticism,
  • Literary,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Abridged Audio - Autobiography/Biography,
  • Fiction,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Early modern, 1500-1700,
  • Shakespeare,
  • Performing Arts / Radio / General,
  • Audiobooks,
  • Great Britain,
  • Nobility,
  • Authors, English,
  • Biography

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatAudio CD
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8664123M
ISBN 101565119940
ISBN 109781565119949

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This book is is that term that is normally used to claim that William Shakespeare (), also known as "The Bard" of Stratford-upon-Avon was not the primary author of the plays and poems traditionally attibuted to him. This includes his works like Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Merchant of Venice, Romeo and Juliet, etc. The reason: Shakespeare 4/5.   "Shakespeare" by Another Name is the literary biography of Edward de Vere as "Shakespeare." This groundbreaking book tells the story of de Vere's action-packed life—as Renaissance man, spendthrift, courtier, wit, student, scoundrel, patron, military adventurer, and, above all, prolific ghostwriter—finding in it the background material for Brand: Untreed Reads.   “SHAKESPEARE” BY ANOTHER NAME lead, Anderson turns to the well-worn thesis that the Earl of Oxford, Edward de Vere, had all the chops to be the real Shakespeare (pen name Shake-speare, with winking hyphen): he was brilliant, much traveled and splendid, but also noble—good reason to stay away from the tawdry life of the stage in. In summary, this is a fascinating book. It is a biography of the 17 th Earl of Oxford and it makes reference after reference to specific incidents from de Vere’s life that appear in Shakespeare plays. While it is written based on the premise that de Vere wrote the plays, it convinced me. “Shakespeare by Another Name. By Mark Anderson.

"Shakespeare" By Another Name (the book) SHAKESVERE - the SBAN Facebook page "Shakespeare" By Another Name (the Google Earth atlas) Mark Anderson (generally non-Shakespearean) Twitter page; Shakespeare-upon-iPod (the podcasts) SBAN old blog archive (Oct. Apr. ). "Shakespeare" by Another Name: The Life of Edward de Vere, the Man Who Was Shakespeare Mark Anderson, Translator. Gotham $30 (p) ISBN Buy this book Discover what to read.   Rather, a book like "Shakespeare" By Another Name-- and the blog which references it -- makes a case built upon circumstantial evidence. Circumstantial evidence, to be clear, is that thing that proves exactly nothing when examined in isolation. Mark Anderson’s book is well documented and a thoroughly convincing work that Edward de Vere was the real author of the works of Shakespeare. If one needs any further proof I highly recommend “The Monument“ by Hank Whittemore that examines the Sonnets of Shakespeare as autobiographical statements of de Vere’s life.

"Shakespeare" by Another Name is the literary biography of Edward de Vere as "Shakespeare." This groundbreaking book tells the story of de Vere's action-packed life—as Renaissance man, spendthrift, courtier, wit, student, scoundrel, patron, military adventurer, and, above all, prolific ghostwriter—finding in it the background material for /5(84).   "Shakespeare" by Another Name is the first complete literary biography of Edward de Vere that tells the story of his action-packed life—as student, soldier, courtier, lawyer, political intriguer, sophisticate, traveler, and, above all, writer—finding in it the background material for all of Shakespeare’s plays/5(8).   "Shakespeare" by Another Name is the literary biography of Edward de Vere as "Shakespeare." This groundbreaking book tells the story of de Vere's action-packed life-as Renaissance man, spendthrift, courtier, wit, student, scoundrel, patron, military adventurer, and, above all, prolific ghostwriter-finding in it the background material for all /5(3). Shakespeare's first biographer, Nicholas Rowe, also spelled the name "Shakespear", in his book Some Account of the Life &c. of Mr. William Shakespear () and in his new edition of the works. This spelling was followed by Alexander Pope in his edition of the Works of Shakespear () and George Sewell (The Works of Mr. William Shakespear.