Category Archives: Shakespeare Authorship Question

Transferring this Blog from WordPress to my Website

This blog will now be active at: http://hewardwilkinson.co.uk/blog/ All the entries can now be found there. I shall leave this up for a while with this as the active post. Heward

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Becoming a Doctor…

The Muses have only conferred two Doctorates, declared George Steiner at one time, Drs Johnson and Leavis… I certainly cannot hope that a belated Doctorate conferred (subject to minor conditions) around The Muse as Therapist http://www.karnacbooks.com/Product.asp?PID=25803 will fall into that … Continue reading

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Nina Green’s Biography of Edward de Vere 17th Earl of Oxford

Nina Green’s excellent biography of the Earl of Oxford is now on her website at: http://www.oxford-shakespeare.com/OxfordsBiography/Oxford%27sBiography.pdf It was developed and revised to update the Wikipedia biography – which may be ‘re-edited’ of course – and takes account of masses of … Continue reading

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In Memoriam Robert Brazil, Oxfordian researcher, died 11 July 2010

In Memoriam Robert Brazil, Oxfordian researcher, died 11 July 2010  A Memorial to Robert Brazil is now on the Elizabethan Authors Website at: http://www.elizabethanauthors.org/memorial.htm http://www.elizabethanauthors.org/ http://1609chronology.blogspot.com/

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Hegelian Philosophy of Intersubjectivity and the Shakespeare Authorship

With my philosophy group yesterday, we were wrestling with Hegel’s concept of reason; we considered how his radically modern conception of intersubjectivity, in the Lordship/Vassalhood chapter of the Phenomenology of Spirit, actually paradoxically derives from an understanding of Feudalism, something … Continue reading

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De-Imagining Imagination: An Essay on ‘Contested Will: Who Wrote Shakespeare?’ by James Shapiro

De-Imagining Imagination? An Essay on ‘Contested Will: Who Wrote Shakespeare?’ by James Shapiro http://www.faber.co.uk/work/contested-will/9780571235766/ http://www.thethoughtfox.co.uk/?p=1563 Curiosity killed the cat James Shapiro’s book on the Shakespeare authorship question got me on to the internet to order it; it was frustrating to … Continue reading

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James Shapiro the Psychoanalyst analyses Freud the Psychoanalyst

Writing with my psychotherapist hat on, I do think there is an interesting sideline in the reviews of James Shapiro’s ‘Contested Will’. There are repeated allusions to pathology and so forth, e.g., http://shakespeareoxfordsociety.wordpress.com/2010/03/21/dobson-and-mantel-say-shakespeare-deniers-need-shrink/ and now James Shapiro himself in a … Continue reading

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