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A Compelling Case for Sir Henry Neville, 6 Nov 2005
"The Truth Will Out" strikes me as a brilliant piece of work. The authors' main line of argument, as I understand it, is that the accepted dating and chronology of Shakespeare's works is valid, but simply can't be matched with the accepted facts of Shakespeare's life. In contrast, the facts of Neville's life match perfectly and explain why Shakespeare's works were written as they were. James and Rubinstein also claim to have found documents which support their case. "Stratfordian" supporters of the normal view that Shakespeare wrote the works attributed to him will simply not be able to dismiss this book as yet another work by loonies. I predict a fiery debate!