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Excellent! It should be read in all schools, colleges and universities.Published 5 months ago by Eleanor
Hell hath no fury like the opposing camps of the authorship question (as can be seen from the polarization of critical opinion on show here. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Donald Bain
As much as i loved the original, i though this version would be a logical, intelligent and interesting answer to some of the points raised by Professor Wells and co. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ian.D
A must read for all students of Shakespeare. It answers most of the questions regarding did the bard from Stratford write the plays and sonnets, it does not concern itself with who... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Victor F. Dearn
Have you heard of a world-class writer who, so far as we know, knew the mighty of the land and yet never wrote a letter, who was never once claimed to be, or was referred to as a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by R Powell
This book falls short in providing essential proof.
For the theory that WS is not the author to be considered true, four people must be proven to be liars. Read more
What a pile of absolute rubbish written by a money grabbing fool. At least it might be of some use if I run out of paper in the lavatory.Published on 30 Aug. 2013 by Thomas Cromwell PhD.
Such an exposure (debunking Shaxper the ignoramus and his mendacious defenders) has been mandatory for generations. Read morePublished on 24 Aug. 2013 by Brian Dutton