Most anti-Stratfordians say that the Shakespeare canon exhibits such breadth of
learning and intimate knowledge of the Elizabethan and Jacobean court and ...
All anti-Stratfordians base their argument on the impossibility of "the man from
Stratford" writing the plays due to his lack of education, his anonymity and his ...
Jul 20, 2009 ... The anti-Stratfordian skeptics are back, and this time they have a Supreme Court
justice on their side.
Sep 13, 2007 ... The Anti-Stratfordians point out that nobody even knows if that's how
Shakespeare spelled his name: the only surviving examples of his ...
Mar 15, 2010 ... Unquestionably, said the "anti-Stratfordians", as they came to be known, the
recorded life of the man called Shakespeare could not possibly ...
If you are not acquainted with the anti-Stratfordians, your state is the more
gracious, for it is a vice to know them. They are the lunatics who maintain that all
Noun. (plural Anti-Stratfordians). A person who, in the controversy over who
wrote the Shakespeare canon, holds that it was likely written by someone other
Jul 4, 2011 ... That is a very specific, and very recent, notion of authorship. Anti-Stratfordian
Christmas Humphreys spoke volumes when he expressed his ...
Plays belonged to the company, not to the writer. 3) So? To even mention it
shows that the anti-. Stratfordians are snobs. Pro-Oxford. 1) In 1578, Gabriel.
May 6, 2010 ... And the call for a "fair debate" by the anti-Stratfordians (as they are called) vexes
mainstream literary scholars in the same way that creationists ...