The Dark Side of Shakespeare (A Trilogy by W. Ron Hess)
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Intro to Authorship Question **********
Trilogy's Outline **********
Figures from Vol. II **********
Shakespeare Contacts **********
Article 1 - Rare Dreame **********
Article 2 - Cannibal TEM **********
Article 3 - Signatures **********
Article 4 - Illit Shaxper **********
Article 5 - Munday Press **********
Article 6 - Ziggurat Jig **********
Article 7 - Tree of Sunne **********
Article 8 - Poor DNB Woes **********
Article 9 - Heywood Bard **********
Article 10 - Euphues SONs **********
Article 11 - Sackville &Sh **********
Article 12 - Latin Poems ***********
Article 13 - Bad Ciphers **********
Article 14 - Willobie **********
Article 15 - SacvylesOA **********
Article 16 - Groatsworth **********
Article 17 - Ox's Medicine **********
Shakespeare Contacts **********

Please let me know what you think!  Contact me at:
    W. Ron Hess, 430 Southridge Rd., Winder, GA 30680
    Home:  770-307-0266  BeornsHall@earthlink.net
 
Here are a few interesting/useful Shakespeare-related sites (note that in return for reciprocation, I'll be happy to add your site here):
 
a) The Oxfordian at www.oxfordian.com
 
b) The Shakespeare Oxford Society Newsletter (SOS News.) at
      www.everreader.com or
 
c) Selections from The Elizabethan Review at
 
d.1) Selections from Shakespeare Matters (Sh. Matters) via
 
d.2) The Shakespeare Fellowship's "Beyond A Doubt" Response
 
e) Nina Green's extremely valuable Oxfordian site
 
f)  The home site of Oxfordians in Merry Olde Englande
 
g)  Joe Sobran's collection of Oxfordian articles
 
h)  Mark Alexander's Sh. Authorship Sourcebook
 
i)  An honest-to-God "Derbyite" site
 
j)  Prof. Alan Nelson's very useful but biased site
 
k)  Irvin Matus' webpage
     http://www.willyshakes.com    
 
l) Perhaps the most info-packed Tudor history site of all
 
m)  Literary Critic Tom Veal (attacks Sobran, Price, & Hess)
 
n) The very useful orthodox Shakespeare history page at
 
o)  Another 
 
p)  Another
 
q)  Another with lists of Elizn authors
 
r)  Another with lists of Elizn publications

The Dark Side of Shakespeare (a Trilogy by W. Ron Hess)