Includes bibliographical references (p. -488) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR2894 .W566 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 498 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||498|
Shakespeare: the Evidence grows by 6,, words every instalment. Buy Shakespeare: The Evidence now and every future instalment and update is yours free. If you have a Kindle (or Kindle app on your phone or tablet), the book will automatically update to the latest version without you having to lift a . Shakespeare: The Evidence, by Ian Wilson, is available in paperback from St. Martin’s Press for $ Publication date is set for 27th January, Author: Historynet Staff. Ian Wilson studied at Magdalen College, Oxford, and is the author of many books, including the best-selling The Blood and the Shroud, Holy Faces, The Columbus Myth, and Shakespeare: The Evidence. He lives with his wife in by: 3. Wilson (Jesus: The Evidence) proposes Ferdinando Stanley, Lord Stranges, as the mystery patron behind Shakespeare's Henry VI/Richard II tetralogy. Will, in this scenario, would have observed political intrigue close-up at Stanley's court, thus explaining how a low-born actor rapidly became familiar with high style and the ways of the : Hardcover (1St U.S. Ed).
In his search for the historical Bard of Avon, religious historian Wilson (Jesus: The Evidence, ) penetrates the Elizabethan stage's shadow world with some success but tendentiously turns Shakespeare into a cypher for crypto-Catholic theories. It is once we get to the evidence for Shakespeare’s own faith as an adult that the author of the encyclopedia’s entry displays his woeful lack of understanding of the subject under discussion. Take, for example, the fact that Shakespeare and his daughters were baptized in an Anglican church. Shakespeare: The Evidence Posted on 12/06/ by editor December 6, Ros Barber, author of The Marlowe Papers, of which I recently wrote a review, has complied a compendium of all the known evidence related to Shakespeare. On Tuesday 26th November , I’ll be releasing the first chunk of Shakespeare: The Evidence, the first book on the Shakespeare authorship question to gather together all the evidence, arguments and counter-arguments for and against Shakespeare’s authorship.
"Shakespeare: the Evidence" is a wonderful resource for anyone who is intrigued by William Shakespeare and the Elizabethan era, but becomes bogged down by dense research doctrines, or frustrated by conclusions drawn from sketchy by: 3. "Shakespeare: the Evidence" is a wonderful resource for anyone who is intrigued by William Shakespeare and the Elizabethan era, but becomes bogged down by dense research doctrines, or frustrated by conclusions drawn from sketchy evidence/5. Shakespeare: The Evidence. This is the Facebook page for Shakespeare: The Evidence, a growing compendium of all the arguments both FOR and AGAINST the traditional authorship attribution. It takes a neutral ers: Shakespeare, the Evidence: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Man and His Work Ian Wilson, Author St. Martin's Press $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.