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Bacon, the poet of Shakespeare"s plays

Arno Penkuhn

Bacon, the poet of Shakespeare"s plays

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by Arno Penkuhn

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Published by The author in Tuebingen, West Germany .
Written in English


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Caption title.

ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616., Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20388212M

Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. This edition of William Shakespeare's works includes all of his poems and plays in an elegant manner which makes it the perfect gift for any lover of literature — a book to read and treasure! Whether for a Shakespeare devotee or someone just discovering him, this is the perfect place to experience the drama of Shakespeare's words/5(40).

  In the 19th century, a number of literary historians popularized the so-called "anti-Stratfordian theory," which held that Shakespeare's plays were actually the work of Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, or possibly a group of : Lee Jamieson. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

  There is no mention of the well-known poet and playwright, William Shakespeare, who had been born and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, whose family still lived there, and who by this date had returned there to live in one of the grandest houses in ere in Britannia, Camden noted that the poet Philip Sidney had a home in know he was familiar with literary and theatrical affairs. Ch. 2: The 'Silence' About Shakespeare CHAPTER II: Before proceeding further to examine Mr. Greenwood's book, and the Baconian theories, with the careful attention which they deserve, we must clear the ground by explaining two points which appear to puzzle Baconians, though, to be sure, they have their own solutions of the problems.


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Bacon, the poet of Shakespeare"s plays by Arno Penkuhn Download PDF EPUB FB2

So, in the middle of the nineteenth century, a book was published suggesting that Bacon was the real author of the plays. From then on Bacon Anti-Stratfordians pushed forward new claimants thick and fast.

They included the Earl of Derby, the Earl of Oxford, a prominent Elizabethan, and the poet Christopher Marlowe.

Francis Bacon – The Shakespeare Author. The cipher story reveals still more—that Francis Bacon was the true author of the works of Shakespeare. Bacon wrote of his vision of a coming golden age—a New Atlantis—in the new land of the West. He foresaw an age when science and the poet of Shakespeares plays book would lift the curse of Eden and man would be free.

Bacon was described by friends as a 'concealed poet' and 'the precious gem of concealed literature'. Joseph Hall and John Marston, in an exchange of Satires published betweenidentify Francis Bacon as the author of the Shakespeare poems, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece.

In fact, Tudor officials responsible for ascertaining authorship of plays attributed several works to Shakespeare, Jonson and others, including actors who had performed his plays, paid tribute.

Delia Bacon was an American writer of plays and short stories, best known for her work on the Shakespeare authorship question. She promoted the theory that the plays attributed to William Shakespeare were written by a group of men, including Francis Bacon, Sir Walter Raleigh and others, which may have included Edmund Spenser, Lord Buckhurst and the Earl of Oxford/5(4).

(Michell ) Sir Francis Bacon is the author of the literary works accredited to Shakespeare. He was capable of writing these stories because of his superior intelligence, his wide spread travels and his clever way of sneaking in clues to his identity. A theory first published in the midth century suggests that Sir Francis Bacon was the real author of some or even all of the plays that most of us believe were written by William Shakespeare.

Baconian theory holds that Shakespeare was merely the front man, taking all the glory so that the important statesman would not be criticised as being a lowly public playwright.

"This play (Love's Labour's Lost) is tailor-made for Bacon's authorship"Nigel Cockburn, author of The Bacon-Shakespeare Question " To write with powerful effect, he must write out the life he has led, as did Bacon when he wrote Shakespeare." Mark Twain "Will be ready to furnish a Masque" Francis Bacon in Letter to his Uncle, Lord Burleigh.

Read"The Secret of the Shakespeare Plays" the book about the greatest puzzle of them all. Absolutely Free. The only charge is a tax on your brain cells. pages The Secret of the Shakespeare Plays will take you on a journey through the amazing life and works of Francis Bacon.

From the Quest for the Historical Superman, Bacon's concept of the. Francis Bacon, among other Elizabethans, several of whom were courtiers, is known to have been a concealed poet. There was often confusion and speculation about the author or authors of a book.

The above details are well-known to Elizabethan specialists, including those Stratfordians who concern themselves with the history of literature. The leading candidate for Shakespearean authorship is one of the great intellectual figures of Jacobean England, Sir Francis Bacon.

Bacon was a lawyer, philosopher, essayist and scientist whose noble birth would have forbidden any association with the theatre/5(2).

If so, the play must show the hands of three, not two, men, Dekker, Chettle, and "Shakespeare," the Great Unknown, or Bacon. He collaborates with Dekker and Chettle, in a play for Lord Nottingham's men (according to Sir Sidney Lee), {a} but it is, later at least, played by Shakespeare's company; and perhaps Bacon gets none of the 4 pounds.

Shakespeare wasn’t an author at all. He was an illiterate frontman for the true creator of the plays and poems, Sir Francis Bacon. Bacon, Wilmot reasoned, was the only man who possessed the.

entertaining stories contained in the plays of Shakespeare, in a form so simple that children can understand and enjoy them, was the object had in view by the author of these Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare. And that the youngest readers may not stumble in. Sir Francis Bacon was a true polymath and ahead of his time.

Did he hide something on Oak Island. William Shakespeare is perhaps the greatest ever writer in the English language and his plays. The First Folio-- Francis Bacon's "Book of Riddles". This is an alignment of the word “Michaelmas” on p.

40 of The Merry Wives of Windsor and p. Author: Amazing Mystico. The “Baconian Theory” is not a modern one, but actually originated in the 19th Century. The theory was first published in a page pamphlet called “Was Lord Bacon the Author of Shakespeare’s plays”, written by William Henry Smith in A handsomely bound set of Shakespeare's plays and biography.

George Steevens's Complete Works of Shakespeare was originally published in in collaboration with Samuel Johnson. Several revised editions followed over the years, including this edition by Alexander Chalmers, which was first published in by F. and J. Rivington. He founded the Francis Bacon Research Trust in and has given many 'Wisdom of Shakespeare' seminars with the acclaimed actor Mark Rylance, leading to a play-by-play 'Wisdom of Shakespeare' series of books.

He has also founded the Zoence Academy and has several published books on landscape cosmology and geomancy.5/5(9). Essayist Francis Bacon and playwright Christopher Marlowe may have their supporters, but for the last 90 years the favored candidate has been Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of : Sarah Pruitt.

A conversation between Peter Dawkins, Director of the Francis Bacon Research Trust, and Saira Salmon about Sir Francis Bacon being a secret poet who wrote, directed and masterminded masques, plays.The first to openly imply in writing that Francis Bacon was the author Shakespeare were the Inns of Court lawyer-poets Joseph Hall and John Marston who, in an exchange of Satires published between andrefer to the author of the Shakespeare poem, Venus and Adonis, as 'Labeo', a jurist, who is also to be identified by the motto Mediocria firma.Even worse for Bacon supporters is the question of where Bacon could find the time to write 37 plays, and sonnets, and act in many of these own plays whilst leading a double life.

Furthermore the claim that Bacon authored Shakespeare’s poetry suffers from the fact that Bacon’s poetry is abrupt and stilted unlike the Bard's.