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Edward De Vere was Shake-speare: at long last, the proof. Gilbert Wesley Purdy

Edward De Vere was Shake-speare: at long last, the proof.

Gilbert Wesley Purdy

Published December 4th 2013
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157 pages
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What do you think? Did a London street hustler, from nearby Stratford-on-Avon, with a fifth grade education write the works of Shake-speare? How about a reckless, brilliant Earl who lived many strange adventures and turned to writing, under a penMoreWhat do you think? Did a London street hustler, from nearby Stratford-on-Avon, with a fifth grade education write the works of Shake-speare? How about a reckless, brilliant Earl who lived many strange adventures and turned to writing, under a pen name (in order to avoid the embarrassment of being known as a common playwright), after he ran through all of his money?This is the Introductory Biography to a two volume *Collected Poems of Edward de Vere*. Two smoking-gun proofs discovered and presented here for the first time together with lots of other information not generally known. Not an ounce of fluff or filler. This is a biography of Edward De Vere, the seventeenth Earl of Oxford, such as you have never read before: compressed, precise, entirely fact-oriented, the greatest fact being that De Vere can actually be proven to have written the works of William Shake-speare. It is all supported by extensive notes and bibliography and most of the sources are available for verification free-of-charge via the Google Book Search. You can check the veracity of every assertion if you wish or just skip the notes and read this as a popular biography.