RE: Shakespeare on PBS (Frontline)
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 403. Tuesday, 22 December 1992.
From: Tad Davis <
Date: Tuesday, 22 Dec 92 09:18:01 -0500
Subject: 3.0398 Shakespeare on PBS (Frontline)
Comment: RE: SHK 3.0398 Shakespeare on PBS (Frontline)
>Frontline: Examines the possibility that works attributed to William
>Shakespeare were written instead by Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of
Interesting use of evidence in that program. If I remember correctly,
that's the one where they briefly mention an objection to Oxford's
candidacy: "He died in 1604, and at least one [!!!!????] of Shakespeare's
plays appeared after that date." Somebody drop an aught somewhere?
I saved it on tape because it shows Schoenbaum and Rowse in action
(unfortunately, not against each other -- THAT would be a treat); and
because the interviews with Ogburn reveal more about Ogburn than he