Shake-speare: the man behind the name [by] Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn, Jr. by Dorothy Ogburn Download PDF EPUB FB2
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ogburn, Dorothy. Shake-speare. New York, Morrow, [reprinted ] (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; Edward De Vere Oxford, Earl of; Edward De Vere Oxford, Earl of; William Shakespeare. Get this from a library.
Shakes-peare: the man behind the name. [Dorothy Ogburn; Charlton Ogburn] -- Offers hypotheses which show that William Shakespeare was the. Shake-Speare: The Real Man Behind the Name, Exploring the mystery of authorship Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn, Jr.
Published by William Morrow & Company, New York (). Charlton Ogburn Jr. has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Charlton Ogburn Jr.’s most popular book is The Mysterious William Shakespeare: The Myth a. Dorothy Ogburn has written: 'Shake-speare: the man behind the name [by] Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn, Jr' -- subject(s): Authorship 'Death on the mountain' 'This star of England' -- subject.
Shake-speare: the man behind the name / Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn, Jr Ogburn, Dorothy [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At State Library of NSW Ogburn, Charlton, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 5 libraries.
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You can examine and separate out names. Combine with. I have been convinced Shaksper did not write Shakespeare since I came across Dorothy and Charlton Ogburn Jr.’s book Shake-speare, the Man Behind the Name over three decades ago. The first thing I noticed was, of course, the signatures.
The taking credit for your work, this include intellectual rights and copyrights profits. This Star of England: "William Shake-speare" Man of the Renaissance by Dorothy and Charlton Ogburn Coward-McCann, First Edition A very good copy of this scarce book that exhaustively disputes William Shakespeare of Stratford and promotes Edward DeVere as the writer of the Shakespeare canon.
Charlton Ogburn Jr. In Shake-speare: the man behind the name [by] Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn mail, a few days later, a large envelope from Boyle arrived with copies of pages from The Mysterious William Shakespeare: The Myth and the Reality, by Charlton Ogburn, Jr., published three years book put forward the theory (first proposed by J.
Thomas Looney in “Shakespeare” Identified, ) that the true author was a high-ranking nobleman, a well. Other books on the shelf were autographed by his mother, Dorothy Ogburn. The Oxford Theory was very much a family affair with the Ogburns.
Dorothy Ogburn, along with Charlton Ogburn Sr, wrote the book, "This Star of England", a 1, page tome, that purports to give information proving De Vere wrote the Shakespeare works. it might have been Dorothy, since her standards of scholarship were even more lax and nonexistent than her son's, believe it or not.
In this book, by the way, the Ogburns consistently give the name of Shakespeare's son-in-law as "William" Hall, rather than John. In *The Mysterious William Shakespeare*, Ogburn Jr. mysteriously. This Star of England () by Charlton and Dorothy Ogburn included arguments in support of this version of the theory.
Their son, Charlton Ogburn, Jr, agreed with Looney that the theory was an impediment to the Oxfordian movement and omitted all discussion about it in his own Oxfordian works. Part 1: Growing Disbelief in the Stratford Man as Shakespeare.
Preface. Elsie Greenwood: Obituary of G. Greenwood  3. George Greenwood, Is There A Shakespeare Problem. George Greenwood, Professor Dryasdust and “Genius” 5. George Greenwood, The Portraits of Shakespeare. George Greenwood, This reason for concluding that Oxford was “Shakespeare” involves the actual language and contents of the eloquent Latin preface he contributed to Bartholomew Clerke’s Latin translation of The Courtier by the Italian statesman Baldassare Castiglione, published at Venice in (Note: This essay, posted inis now Reason 24 of Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford).
Dorothy and Carlton Ogburn published their 1,page book This Star of England: “William Shake-speare” Man of the Renaissance in Then their son, Carlton Ogburn, Jr. published his page book The Mysterious William Shakespeare: The Myth & the Reality in While working on it he notes, “In came the break I had been hoping.
InDorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn Sr. published This Star of England, a page Oxfordian tome which was a precursor to their son Charlton Jr.'s.
The rise of bardolatry in the 17th and 18th centuries Edit Main article: Shakespeare's reputation File:David Garrick by Thomas Upon the restoration of the monarchy inCharles II reopened the theatres, and two patent companies—the King's Company and the Duke's Company—were established.
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By Timothy Spearman. This paper was originally inspired by a discovery the author had made concerning a similarity in the likenesses of the subject featured in the portrait of William Shakespeare by John Taylor and that of Edward de Vere by Marcus Gheeraedts.
Shakespeare was born, brought up, and buried in Stratford-upon-Avon, where he maintained a household throughout the duration of his career in London.A market town of around 1, residents about miles ( km) north-west of London, Stratford was a centre for the slaughter, marketing, and distribution of sheep, as well as for hide tanning and wool trading.
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Bronson Feldman. - Historian Hugh Trevor-Roper in Realites (Nov. ) says, "One-hundredth part of the labor (expended on Shakespeare's curriculum vitae) applied to one of his insignificant.
The Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship contends that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays and poems traditionally attributed to William Shakespeare.
Though most literary scholars reject all alternative authorship candidates, including Oxford, popular interest in the Oxfordian theory continues. Since the s, the Oxfordian theory has been the most popular alternative. Since the publication of Charlton Ogburn Jr.'s The Mysterious William Shakespeare: the Myth and the Reality inthe Oxfordian theory, boosted in part by the advocacy of several Supreme Court justices, high-profile theatre professionals, and some academics, has become the most popular alternative authorship theory.
Charlton Ogburn, Jr. was elected president of The Shakespeare Oxford Society in and kick-started the modern revival of the Oxfordian movement by seeking publicity through moot court trials, media debates, television, and later the Internet, including Wikipedia, methods which became standard policy for Oxfordian and anti-Stratfordian.
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Shakes his spear at the twin serpents of ignorance and vice as did the venerable god Apollo before him with consort Pallas. According to Charlton Ogburn Jr., and other researchers, Oxford's biography is strikingly similar to the plots and subplots of the plays themselves: Hamlet.
Oxfordians point out that like Hamlet, Oxford's father died suddenly (in ) and his mother remarried shortly thereafter. Another theory for Oxford's use of the pen-name is the so-called "Prince Tudor" theory first advanced by Percy Allen in and promulgated by Dorothy and Charlton Ogburn Sr in their 1,page This Star of England, which claims that Oxford became Queen Elizabeth's lover and dedicated the Sonnets to their son, Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of.
(c)Ogburn and Ogburn are I think templated in text but not in bibliography. Not needed in either since we have Wadsworth. Check (d)^ Pottsp. in text note but not in bibliography (e)note ^ Ross (refers to Kathman and Ross in bib but not clear. (f) I've gone through the whole page checking refs to bibliography, once.
General query to any readers of both Joseph Sobran 's Alias Shakespeare and Charlton Ogburn Jr 's The Mysterious William Shakespeare: I am interested in hearing views of how these two books' contents compare.
In particular I am interested to know of any facts revealed by Sobran that are not also in Ogburn's book. Thank you.Die Nachfolger wurden Oxfordianer genannt. Ihre größten neueren Verfechter waren Amerikaner Charlton und Dorothy Ogburn und ihr Sohn Charlton Ogburn, jr.
Das letzte Buch in einer Reihe (, ) war The Mysterious William Shakespeare [Der geheimnisvolle William Shakespeare] (New .Freelance writer Charlton Ogburn Jr., elected president of The Shakespeare Oxford Society inpromptly began a campaign to bypass the academic establishment; he believed it to be an "entrenched authority" that aimed to "outlaw and silence dissent in a supposedly free society".
He proposed fighting for public recognition by portraying.