Dating shakespeares plays gilvary book
WILLIAM NIEDERKORN’s reviews of Shakespeare-related books in THE BROOKLYN RAIL – the latest a terrific critique of DATING SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE, edited by Kevin Gilvary with contributions of other members of the De Vere Society in England. Tom Weedy, who has been listing “Reasons Shakespeare was Shakespeare” – perhaps, if I may be so bold, in an attempt to frighten me into abandoning my “100 Reasons” for believing that Shakespeare was Oxford. THE SHAKESPEARE GUIDE TO ITALY: , by Richard Paul Roe – due from Harper Perennial on November 8, 2011.This book from the late Dick Roe is a ticking time bomb (or a “sleeping smoking gun,” if you prefer) that may well take the Stratfordian world by surprise.Used paperbacks of the book start at ( shipping) while Kindle Editions are just .74.
It was first registered as a society of Oxford University in 1987.
Rather than depicting them as superior to the madcap, eccentric, scandal-plagued earl, they will be viewed when placed beside the genius who led the renaissance of English literature and drama (and thereby helped to rouse support for unity against Spain) before going on to revise his works into the masterpieces of “Shakespeare” that have filled our shelves and stages from then to now.
It’s quite a privilege — and lots of fun — to be around for this critical stage of the revolution.
Foolish as it now seems, I assumed the doctor would use his expertise and experience to evaluate the works, or at least the playwright himself.
Instead Waugaman tells and retells how Freud, believing de Vere to be the true author, urged his followers to psychoanalyze the man and his works.