The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0930 Tuesday, 13 May 2003
From: John W. Kennedy <
Date: Monday, 12 May 2003 14:07:58 -0400
Subject: 14.0912 Re: Barque does not bark
Comment: Re: SHK 14.0912 Re: Barque does not bark
Holger Schott <
>>>certainly can believe that Shakespeare never made it to Bermuda but the
>>>jury is still out as to whether he made it to Milan, Naples or a small
>>>island off the coast of Sicily!
>>The third piece of anti-Strat propaganda on SHAKSPER today.
>Now I'm as full-on a Stratfordian as anyone (to the point that I find
>that tag absurd), but I fail to see how speculating about Shakespeare's
>biography (did he ever travel to Italy?) constitutes
>anti-Stratfordianism. Surely John Kennedy would not deny that we really
>don't know enough about Shakespeare's life -- that there are very large
>gaps -- to _rule out_ that he visited the continent?
Mr. Stone is an admitted Oxfordian, and it is one of the Oxfordian
dogmata that since we have no record of William Shakespeare traveling to
Italy, and since we know that Oxenforde did, etc., etc.,....
Elliott H. Stone <
>I have been asked, why I do not reply to Mr. Kennedy's continuous
>personal attacks against me?
If _I_ were called an Oxfordian in public, I would very much regard it
as a personal attack, but since Mr. Stone _is_ an admitted Oxfordian, I
do not see why he is offended that I have identified him as such,
unless, perhaps, he knows that his propaganda is out of order here.
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