Thursday, October 20, 2005

Will Dissed Again: Shakespeare on Trial

Neville’s the man., according to a new book by Brenda James and William Rubenstein. Once again the breech is too wide for Will, who could not have had enough knowledge to write the plays. And once again he is just the front man for another noble courtier who had the knowledge and the time to complete the task. Sir John Neville lived at about the same time and was apparently a distant relative of Shakespeare. Of course he left a coded hint, this time on the dedicatory page of the sonnets, that leads you to his name as the true author. For more visit,

For me it's back to the golf course.

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