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: The Oxfordian is the peer-reviewed journal of the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, a non-profit educational organization that conducts research and publication on the Early Modern period, William Shakespeare and the authorship of Shakespeare’s works. Founded in 1998, the journal offers research articles, essays and book reviews by academicians and independent scholars, and is published annually during the autumn. Edited by Gary Goldstein. Articles: “Did Edward de Vere Translate Ovid’s Metamorphoses?” by Richard M. Waugaman, M.D.; “The 17th Earl of Oxford in Italian Archives: Love’s Labours Found” by Michael Delahoyde and Coleen Moriarty; “ ‘The Knotty Wrong-Side’: Another Spanish Connection to the First Folio” by Gabriel Ready; “Ben Jonson’s ‘Small Latin and Less Greeke’: Anatomy of a Misquotation” by Roger Stritmatter; “The True Story of Edward Webbe And Troublesome Travailes” by Connie Beane; “J. Thomas Looney in The Bookman’s Journal: Five Letters (1920-1921)” by James Warren; “Geoffrey Fenton, A Note” by Warren Hope; “The Tragedie of Hamlet Prince of Denmarke” by Gary Goldstein. Book Reviews: Felicia Londre (Shakespeare’s Apprenticeship); Earl Showerman (Shakespeare and Greece); Michael Dudley (My Shakespeare: The Authorship Controversy); William Boyle (Shakespeare Films: A Re-evaluation of 100 Years of Adaptations); Warren Hope (The Fictional Lives of Shakespeare).