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The Oxfordian Vol. 19
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication date October 1, 2017
Pages 238
Binding Paperback
ISBN-13 9781976584367
ISBN-10 1976584361
Dimensions 0.54 by 8 by 10 in.
Original list price $9.99
Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: The Oxfordian is an annual journal published during the fall by the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship. Articles provide in-depth coverage of issues of importance to Shakespeare scholars. The Oxfordian, published since 1998, is “the best American academic journal covering the authorship question,” according to William Niederkorn, formerly of The New York Times. Volume 19, edited by Chris Pannell, was published in October 2017. Articles included are: 1. "'Small Latine and Lesse Greeke': Anatomy of a Misquotation (Part One)" by Roger Stritmatter; 2. "Macbeth: A Language-Obsessed, Heretical Play" by Sky Gilbert; 3. "Sufficient Warrant: Censorship, Punishment, and Shakespeare in Early Modern England" by Bonner Miller Cutting; 4. "Methinks the Man: Peter Brook and the Authorship Question" by Don Rubin; 5. "Othello and the Green-Eyed Monster of Jealousy" by Richard M. Waugaman; 6. "The Mystery of Willy: Oxford, Spenser, and Theocritus’ Sixe Idillia" by Richard Malim; 7. "Shakespeare: A Missing Author" by J. Thomas Looney (Introduction by James Warren); 8. "Who was James Joyce’s Shakespeare?" by Gary Goldstein; 9. "In Conversation with Hank Whittemore" (100 Reasons Shake-speare was the Earl of Oxford). Reviews by Michael Dudley, Gary Goldstein, Shelly Maycock (The OUP Shakespeare Authorship Companion), David Haskins (The Shakespeare Authorship Mystery Explained), Sky Gilbert (Shakespeare The Man), Richard M. Waugaman (Shakespeare and Psychoanalytic Theory), and Wally Hurst (Reconstructing Contexts: Principles of Archaeo-Historicism)

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