|LC Classifications||PR2951 I47 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
Complete view of the Shakspere controversy. London, Nattali and Bond, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; John Payne Collier; John Payne Collier; William Shakespeare: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C M Ingleby. years after his death, the Shakespeare authorship controversy continues. Many scholars simply can’t believe that William Shakespeare could have had the necessary education or life experiences to have written such complex texts–he was, after all, just the son of a . Theories stating that plays attributed to Shakespeare were in fact written by other authors have existed for more than years; some theories have been ridiculed and reviled while some have gained growing popular and scholarly support. The history of the Shakespeare controversy is presented in this revised edition of the work, with much new information and three additional . The history of the Shakespeare controversy is presented in this revised edition of the work, with much new information and three additional chapters. Part I documents and critically assesses the most important theories on the authorship s: 5.
Shakespeare Is an Author: An Essentialist View By Bristol, Michael D Shakespeare Studies, Vol. 36, Annual Read preview Overview "Not One Clear Item but an Indefinite Thing Which Is in Parts of Uncertain Authenticity" By Dutton, Richard Shakespeare Studies, Vol. 36, Annual First proposed in by J.T. Looney in his book ‘Shakespeare’ Identified, Oxford was highly educated, trained as a lawyer and was known to have traveled to many of . The history of the Shakespeare controversy is presented in this revised edition of the work, with much new information and three additional chapters. Part I documents and critically assesses the most important theories on the authorship question. The book was his second major attempt to counter the view of Shakespeare as a singular genius; a few years earlier, he had served as one of two general editors of the Oxford Shakespeare, which.
The Bard's authorship has been questioned publicly since , when Joseph C. Hart, in his book The Romance of Yachting, said that "Shakespeare merely adapted the . Despite years of controversy about the authorship of some of Shakespeare's work, this is the first time a major publishing house has formally named Marlowe as . The first biography of Shakespeare (as the man from Stratford) is written by Nicholas Rowe. The possibility that Shakespeare was a pen name for someone else is raised for the first time in a book by Herbert Lawrence, The Life and Adventures of Common Sense. David Garrick, actor and manager at the Drury Lane Theatre in London, creates the Shakespeare Jubilee in Stratford. The Shakespeare authorship question is the argument that someone other than William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the works attributed to him. Anti-Stratfordians—a collective term for adherents of the various alternative-authorship theories—believe that Shakespeare of Stratford was a front to shield the identity of the real author or authors, who for some reason—usually social.