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Robert Brazil has put up OXPIX, a page of "images relevant to the Shakespeare-Oxford debate" as well as chapters from his book The True Story of the Shakespeare Publications Dennis Hirsch thinks The Mystery of Shake-speare's Sonnets goes away if Oxford is assumed to be the real authorThe Question Marks in the 1640 Poems In John Benson's 1640 edition of Shakespeare's Poems, question marks appear in places where one would expect exclamation pointsJULIET"It's fantastic! We're in these beautiful gardens, these beautifully manicured gardensThis Star of England In 1953, Dorothy Ogburn and Charlton Ogburn SrThe Wikipedia includes an entry on Shakespearean authorship Alan Haley describes a moot court Authorship Debate between supporters of Shakespeare and of OxfordMAs usual, though, the antistratfordians are badly mistaken in some key elements of their argumentsOxfordian Eric Altschuler thinks Hamlet contains a Cosmic Clue to Bard's Identity, according to Constance HoldenAt Salon, Laura Miller's review asks the question, Was Shakespeare really Shakespeare? Simon Shama discussed the film for Newsweek: The Shakespeare Shakedown At Slate, Ron Rosenbaum lists 10 Things I Hate About Anonymous A new site that may be of more lasting interest is "60 Minutes with Shakespeare," which was put up by the Shakespeare Birthplace TrustThe Oxfordian Stephanie Caruana has written a play to promote her viewsIn Shakespeare's Knowledge of Italy, the Classics, and the Law, David Kathman focuses on three areas where antistratfordians have often claimed that the plays exhibit knowledge beyond the ability of William Shakespeare of Stratford: Italy, the classics, and lawSteven Dutch, a scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, believes that antistratfordianism is at best a PseudoscienceHWords Shakespeare Invented The English language owes a great debt to ShakespeareROMEORomeo! His vocabulary was the largest of any writer, at over twenty-four thousand wordsHow to cite this article: Mabillard, Amandaacademe accusedaddictionadvertisingamazement arouse assassinationbackingbanditbedroom beached besmirchbirthplaceblanketbloodstained barefacedblushingbetbumpbuzzer cakedcaterchampioncircumstantialcold-blooded compromisecourtshipcountlesscriticdauntless dawndeafeningdiscontentdisheartendrugged dwindleepilepticequivocalelbowexcitement exposureeyeballfashionablefixtureflawed frugalgenerousgloomygossipgreen-eyed gusthinthobnobhurriedimpede impartialinvulnerablejadedlabellackluster laughablelonelylowerluggagelustrous madcapmajesticmarketablemetamorphizemimic monumentalmoonbeammountaineernegotiatenoiseless obsceneobsequiouslyodeolympianoutbreak panderspedantpremeditatedpukingradiance rantremorselesssavageryscufflesecure skim milksubmergesummitswaggertorture tranquilundressunrealvariedvaulting worthlesszanygnarledgrovel For more words that Shakespeare coined please see the Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Dr 48a4f088c3