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John Davies of Hereford

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Conclusive contemporary reference John Davies of Hereford's poem of 1610, written in the present tense to Will Shake-speare (with the hyphen six years after De Vere died) provides all the information Oxfordians claim is non-existent in… go to article

Poetry/Prose converter

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There's not very much demand for this device, it has to be admitted. In fact I can't see it making its reserve on ebay. The range of poetry on which it operates successfully just isn't big enough to make it useful. It's perfect for the… go to article

Statosphere

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"Judging from their surviving writing, Shakespeare was not just 100 times better than Oxford, he was also 80 times more productive. Shakespeare wrote about 3,500 lines of verse a year for twenty years, most of them immortal; Oxford… go to article

The Oxfordian Chronology

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We have been asking and begging to see a full Oxfordian Chronology and Paul Streitz has kindly provided one. Now it is fair to say that not all Oxfordians agree with this comprehensive list of works that the Earl of Oxford either wrote… go to article

Statosphere

Court Matters, Pseudonym

"Judging from their surviving writing, Shakespeare was not just 100 times better than Oxford, he was also 80 times more productive. Shakespeare wrote about 3,500 lines of verse a year for twenty years, most of them immortal; Oxford… go to article