Spearing the Wild Blue Boar: Shakespeare vs. Oxford: The by Frederick Keller

By Frederick Keller

Is William Shakespeare of Stratford-Upon-Avon the genuine writer of the poems and performs attributed to him? This e-book as soon as and for all silences these critics who say he is not. It takes specific target at those that champion Edward de Vere, the seventeenth Earl of Oxford, whose crest was once a wild blue boar.
Who are those heretics who may strip Shakespeare of his laurels and drape them on a ""nobler"" forehead? most appropriate are John Thomas Looney, the Charlton Ogburn relations and the latter-day anti-Stratfordians Richard Whalen, John Michell, David McCullough, Lewis H. Lapham, Mark Anderson and others.
Using their very own phrases opposed to them, this ebook meticulously examines the claims of those Naysayers and destroys them.
In addition, you are going to know about Shakespeare's early decline and fall as a literary significant; why so little is understood of Shakespeare's lifestyles; and why his closest colleagues, Ben Jonson and the Shakespeare Folio editors, Heminges and Condell, were branded fools or liars.
Whether you're a instructor, scholar or just an individual drawn to one of many optimum literary questions of the day, you must learn Spearing the Wild Blue Boar.

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