Revealing new overwhelming evidence on the true identity of the writer of Shakespeare’s plays.
Revealing newly discovered evidence Dr John Casson and Professor William D. Rubinstein definitively answer this question. They first present the case that William Shakspere of Stratford-upon-Avon simply did not have the education, cultural background and breadth of life experience, necessary for him to write the plays traditionally attributed to him.
They then show that Sir Henry Neville did have all the necessary qualifications: a colourful Renaissance man, educated at Merton College, Oxford, his life span (1562-1615) coincided almost exactly with that of William Shakspere (1564-1616) and his experience precisely matched that revealed in the plays.
Casson and Rubinstein take us on a breathtaking journey of discovery through the development of Shakespeare’s plays and poetry, compellingly drawing the close parallels between the works and events in Neville’s life. They reveal how Neville’s annotated library books, manuscripts, notebooks and letters show he was the hidden Bard who survived dangerous political times by keeping his authorship secret. The book contains a great deal of remarkable new evidence.
Copies of the book will be available. John will be happy to answer questions and discuss the authorship.
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