The Truth Will Out

The Truth Will Out

Unmasking the Real Shakespeare

Book - 2007
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Draws on new evidence about the mysterious 1603 Tower Notebook to explore a controversial theory about Shakespeare's identity as Sir Henry Neville, a little-known Elizabethan politician who was interred in the Tower of London, theorizing that he indulged his playwriting activities by hiding behind a Stratford actor. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

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For more than 150 years, academics have questioned how William Shakespeare of Stratford—a man with limited schooling who apparently never traveled abroad—wrote such a rich body of work said to draw on the largest vocabulary of any writer in the English language. Motivated by scholarship, Shakespeare historian Brenda James set out to uncover the truth behind literature's greatest mystery.

The Truth Will Out is the culmination of James's search, a book five years in the making that details the intensive research, painstaking deciphering, and remarkable historical detection into the true identity of William Shakespeare. Coauthors James and respected history professor William D. Rubinstein explore these monumental findings and demonstrate how studying the dedication to Shakespeare's sonnets led them to the real author behind the English language's most enduring works. Offering eye-opening and definitive evidence, this groundbreaking work points to Sir Henry Neville, a prominent Elizabethan diplomat and member of Parliament, whose position in society forced him to allow an actor to take credit for his literary genius. Captivating, elucidating, and certain to provoke lively debate, The Truth Will Out is a revelatory exploration of two men and their time that will forever change the landscape of Shakespearean scholarship.



Publisher: New York : Harper Perennial, 2007, c2006
ISBN: 9780061146497
0061146498
Characteristics: xxiv, 372 p., [8] p. of plates : col. ill., geneal. tables ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Rubinstein, W. D.

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Aug 02, 2016

come on.....can ya spell C R A P ?

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