Why ‘Shakespeare’ Was Edward de Vere (Earl of Oxford)

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Sat, Feb 16 1:30 PM

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21 W Anapamu St Santa Barbara,CA 93101


Karpeles Manuscript Library and Museum

Why ‘Shakespeare’ Was Edward de Vere (Earl of Oxford) at Karpeles Manuscript Library and Museum @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Did a businessman from Stratford-upon-Avon named William Shakspere write the plays and poems credited to ‘Shakespeare’? There is no evidence, during his lifetime, linking Shakspere of Stratford to any literary career. Many writers expressed doubts about who the true author was, often hinting that ‘Shakespeare’ was a pseudonym. Join Professor Bryan H. Wildenthal, a law professor and writer in San Diego, and the Vice President of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, for an intriguing exploration of why there is a Shakespeare Authorship Question and why compelling circumstantial evidence points to Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, as the true author.


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