"I'm afraid we are speaking past each other. There is ample evidence, circumstantial and literary, that Oxford lived and wrote about all that we consider Shakespearean. There is ample evidence that the three primary bases for Shakspere as…"
Thank you for the labelling correction. It was Richard Barnfield's "A Remembrance of some English Poets" in Poems in Divers Humors. (1598)
that includes the following play on Vere's name and his pseudonym Ever…"
"Sevorin does not respond to the evidence presented showing that contemporaneous authors knew Oxford was "Shakespeare". I will proceed to respond to his challenge for evidence that the Stationers' Company allowed pirated plays, despite…"
"In reply to Sevorin:
After ignoring the evidence I alluded to, which is artfully integrated into the plays and characters of 'Shakespeare' and Jonson, you say it is no evidence? Then curse and rant? Why vituperate if you have facts?
"That's a fine upstanding declaration, and the only problem is providing any factual or logically consistent argument to back it up.
You obviously haven't read the historical or literary background, so your statement of belief is…"
"Greenblatt did not say a word about his book until twenty-six minutes into the monologue. The preamble was stream of consciousness nonsense, useless to anyone. When he did begin to discuss Shakespeare and read a bit from the book, he evidenced…"
"These coincidences are uncanny. I've been on a Henry V kick as of late but haven't got around to replace the pulled links here (working on it now..).
Yes, the Branagh version is actually the only Shakespeare film adaptation I like…"
"Finally, Branagh's Henry V is released in Blu Ray! No extras, 'cept the original trailer. I don't mind. To have a legal copy with good picture and sound (and English subs if you want) is good enough for me. It…"
"The Age of the Earth (1980)Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha, whose friends included Godard, Pasolini, Bertolucci, is described by one reviewer on imdb as "a loud man who didn't believe in subtlety." This, his final film, is 140…"
"The Civil War (1990, Ken Burns)
The all-out slaughtering of Americans on each other ended 150 years ago this year. Perhaps if every patriot living was forced to watch this seven part series in its entirety, even over a few days, we'll…"