English

August 2011

double standard

Juli 2011

Robert Detobel:  SHAKESPEARE: THE CONCEALED POET
Review by Jan Scheffer and Elke Brackmann

The Difference between All-Out Biography and Biographical Content

Appeasing the Lunatic Fringe of the Oxfordian Movement

A Biographical Approach to the Sonnets in the EFL Classroom
Sonnet 134


Juni 2011

Notes on Stanley Wells's speech at the debate held on Monday 6 June 2011 at the English-Speaking Union headquarters in London.


11. Februar 2011

Robert Detobel: "IAGO WAS AN HONEST MAN AFTER ALL"
honest, honesty in Othello


7. Februar 2011

Shakespeare's Sonnets as an "Autobiographical Confession" (W. H. Auden)

30. Januar 2011

TEN LINES THAT SHAKE THE WORLD


7. November 2010

The Exceptional Publication History of Shakespeare's Plays

School and University


10. Oktober 2010

Chronology of the time and lives of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford and William Shakespeare of Stratford


30. 4. 2010

Launch of 'Neue Shake-speare Gesellschaft'

The "Neue Shake-speare Gesellschaft e.V." - "New Shake-speare Society" -  was set up on 27.03.2010 in Hamburg.


27.3.10

 

James Shapiro, Contested Will

Whalen reviews Contested Will


13.3.2010

Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


14.02.10

Shakespeare, Not Shakespeare - Part One

Interview with Mark Anderson
by Liam Scheff

Who was Shakespeare? A poor, unschooled glover's son from a rural English village? Or a man of great learning and talent - and of sensitive political stature - who chose to hide his compromising poetic and political works behind the name of another, less important, less politically vulnerable man?

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Shakespeare, Not Shakespeare - Part One


31.1.2010

The Man Who Invented Shakespeare - Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford

(Review from Theater-Forschung, 19.1.2010)

Translation by John Tanke, Berkeley, CA

 


17.01.10

(Print edition from 19 December 2009; Online since 18 December 2009) 

A Genious Out of the Blue

Not only does the Christ child come every year, but in his train the question of whether the date of Jesus's birth is even correct. Assuming one believes the event took place at all (a position forcefully advocated, along with faithful Christians, by authors like Gilbert K. Chesterton and Egon Friedell). By now it's considered all but certain that it couldn't have been December 25th...

Translation by John Tanke, Berkeley, CA.


15.01.10

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

The "Frankfurter Allgemeine  Zeitung "(FAZ) has just published  a review of Kreiler's book

The "Frankfurter Allgemeine  Zeitung "(FAZ) has just published the latest in a series of reviews [of Kreiler's book] in the German print media. Tobias Döring is the first to side with the man from Stratford-but only indirectly, and with a highly defensive rationale: "There's no reason for doubt." ...

Translation by John Tanke, Berkeley, CA.


9.1.2010

Süddeutsche Zeitung, 5./6.1.2010
Who wrote the plays of William Shakespeare?
Translation by John Tanke, Berkeley, CA.


6.1.2010

Six new members have joined its Editorial Board of Brief Chronicles


03.01.2010

Robert Detobel:

Did Shakespeare's playing company own his plays?

Matus: The Case of George Sandy's Translation of Ovid's Methamorphosis
Matus: The Case of George Wither.


21. 12. 2009 Anagrams (Satire) by Robert S. Brazil


17. 12. 2009

Dr. Richard Waugaman, MD

A Psychoanalytical Study of Edward de Vere's Tempest

Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry

Examining many significant connections between de Vere's life and The Tempest

There is now abundant evidence that Freud was correct in believing Edward de Vere (1550-1604) wrote under the pseudonym "William Shakespeare."Such studies promise to bring our understanding of Shakespeare's works back into line with our usual psychoanalytic approach to literature, which examines how a great writer's imagination weaves a new creation out of the threads of his or her life experiences.


Robert Detobel: The Canterbury Tale of the Professionals

Robert Detobel:  Date OF CYMBELINE

Robert Detobel: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA

Robert Detobel: Shapiro's Writhing Way of Writing


Alan Nelson's Errors:

I.

 Meta Incognita

II.

 The Bark Talbot

III.

 Drake

IV.

 Ortelius

V.

 Oxford and the Fenton Expedition

VI.

 Oxford and the Frobisher voyages

VII.

 Alienations (1)

VIII.

 Alienations (2)

IX.

 Alienations (3)

X.

 Alienations (4)

XI.

 Alienations (5)

 

 

 Low Countries

 Prof. Nelson's on the Earl of Oxford in the Low Countries and Oxford in a Falstaffian Garb


see also:

Robert Detobel
Authorial Rights in Shakespeare's Time

Authorial Rights, Part II
Early Shakespeare Critics and the Authorship Question


Advance Notice,  ca. January 2010:

Peter R. Moore: The Lame Storyteller, Poor and Despised

Studies in Shakespeare

Editor: Gary Goldstein