Shakespeare: The dossier

Shakespeare: The dossier

There are 1 comment on the BBC story from Sep 11, 2007, titled Shakespeare: The dossier. In it, BBC reports that:

“Many 'Shakespeare' plays contain characters and details that relate directly to [De Vere's] life, creating a strong circumstantial case for his authorship”

One of literature's great conspiracy theories has new impetus with Sir Derek Jacobi questioning whether William Shakespeare of Stratford really wrote the works associated with him. via BBC

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Harry Horton

Raleigh, NC

#1 Oct 26, 2007
I posted info on this matter on the Buzzle.com web sites, Arts and Literature message board forum, categories 1-3, May 2007 entries, and other 2007 entries, on Shakespeare pieces and English Teacher top five articles. Also creative Imagination category 1 of Buzzle arts and literature section. Tom Veal's
Stromata Web site, Literature section, Letters and comments section, October 17, 2004. And 'New Atheism TOpix Harry Horton'web article additional information.
One of the interesting things about the plays is if a highly spiritual man, Eck Master or Paraclete, that is was present in Elizabethan England, and influenced the works, the following could be said. For example if Arthur Brooke wrote the English Version of Romeo and juliet,then the issue would be how would God write it? Hand the work over to the Eck Master and see what the version of the story would be like. A more emotional, less detatched, and tragic fufilled essence, the Shakespeare version carried in comparison to the more emotionally removed Arthur Brooke version. This latter Shakespeare version, would be molded and formed with the essence of God found in the inner nature of the Elizabethan Eck Master. Influences of the mahanta, to be more precise, could be the case, which the Eck or holy spirit confluently join. That could have been the formative energy from "our ever living poet" who
did not promise eternity or happiness,(just eternity in ROmeo and Juliet for the two lovers)
when the Play was completed. As for Devere, influences of his life simply could have been interwoven into the plays no different than other Elizabethans. John Oldcastle, William Brooke, Arthur, as well as possibly the Stratford Schoolmaster, in Merry Wivews Of Windsor, perhaps.
Not really the author, but Devere who was inept and morally and spiritually incompetent or basically disinterested in the rough responsible requirements of Elizabethan political necessities and concerns:The Literary realm was one of the only last left areas for any contributory role Devere would have had to the crown and England in accordance to his nobility status, due to his character failings and achievement of obscurity. That could be an interesting issue and leaves the matter how much of the Shakespeeare plays could not exist as factual reality today without Devere's life. An interesting question. A lot more could be said on all of this of course, but too much to go into here.

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