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William Plumer Fowler's
SHAKESPEARE REVEALED IN OXFORD'S LETTERS
Thirty-seven (37) letters of Edward de Vere, Seventeenth Earl
This book completely corroborates John Thomas Looney's 1920 conclusion in "Shakespeare" Identified raising the Oxford theory of Shakespeare authorship from speculation to spectacular reality.
Here is treble-barreled documentary evidence compelling the inescapable conclusion that the works attributed to William Shaksper of Stratford-on-Avon were actually written by Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, who concealed his identify behind the pseudonym, "Shake-speare":
The author, William Plumer Fowler, was a lawyer and recognized poet; a graduate of Roxbury Latin School, Dartmouth College, and Harvard Law School. A life-long "student-scholar" of the works of the poet-dramatist, Fowler was for 12 years, prior to 1984, president of The Shakespeare Club of Boston.
|"Shakespeare" Identified in Edward de
Vere & Poems
of Edward deVere
|Hidden Allusions in Shakespeare's Plays||A Hundreth Sundrie Flowres||Shakespeare Revealed in Oxford's Letters||Seventeenth Earl of Oxford|
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