The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare

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  • Title: The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare
  • Author: Brenda James William Rubinstein
  • ISBN: 9781405840866
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare | by Î Brenda James William Rubinstein

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The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare

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  1. Brenda James William Rubinstein Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Truth Will Out: Unmasking the Real Shakespeare book, this is one of the most wanted Brenda James William Rubinstein author readers around the world.

  2. The question of true identity of person s who stand behind Shakespeare s masterpieces is a very interesting and intriguing one even thought the mainstream opinion still holds opinion that no other that master from Stratford wrote them, we now surprisingly little about his life except that he left school at the age of 13, have never travelled abroad and could hardly be expected to know court rituals, astrology and science of the time not to mention detailed description of Italian cities At his de [...]

  3. This book failed to convince me that William Shakespeare didn t author the plays, largely because arguing that someone wasn t educated enough to have produced a work, in the same breath as noting that no one really knows anything about the education of the individual in question, is weak at best Also, the writing consisted of over 300 pages of homage to passive voice via the use of hedge words probably meant to keep the perspective that the author was engaging in conjecture but the reality is th [...]

  4. not a very compelling account of the life and alleged works of a man upon whom the author seeks to bestow the greatest artistic literary accomplishments of the Western world in the last 1000 years i lost interest around half way through Neville s life story, and in fact Neville himself, is just not that interesting, as presented in this book sorry a much better read is Mark Anderson s Shakespeare By Another Name , which draws vivid and fascinating parallels between the works of Shakespeare and t [...]

  5. Am I missing something Maybe you have to be a true anti Stratfordian to appreciate this Based on what I had heard, I expected to be blown away by the authors evidence that the true Shakespeare was Henry Neville After reading the book, I felt like their strongest argument was that there are so few arguments in favor of any other author So we are back where we started I m no impressed with their documentary evidence than I am with the pro Stratfordian evidence the authors deride and dismiss.

  6. The evidence presented in this book that the playwright was not, in fact, William Shakespeare, is truly quite compelling But the book is very poorly edited so poorly that I couldn t slog my way through the thing I hate unnecessary repetition, and this thing is full of it Diehard Shakespeare enthusiasts might have enough motivation to get through it.

  7. I was pretty much convinced by this book that Shakespeare could not have written the plays attributed to him, and persuaded by the arguments for who likely wrote them I really enjoyed this book And it didn t diminish my respect for the plays or poetry of whomever wrote them.

  8. Very interesting linguistic parallels but no evidence at all that Sir Henry Nevile rote Shakespeare

  9. Within the Shakespeare Authorship Debate SAD if you ve read one book then you ve read them all regardless of the supposed identity of the hidden author Indeed with no effort at all you can merely substitute Bacon with Oxford with Marlowe and in this instance with Sir Henry Neville If you think I m being facetious the authors wholeheartedly agree with me Look through the bibliography Diana Price Oxfordian , Charlton Ogburn Oxfordian , Cockburn Baconian , Michell Oxfordian Despite all this of cour [...]

  10. I read on average three books a year about Shakespeare his works and his life, and I ve never been hugely enthralled with the who really wrote Shakespeare s works mystery until this book Regardless of whether or not I was moved to believe or dismiss the finding presented in this well researched and accessible book, I was captivated by the ideas and possibilities it presented This was a truly engaging piece of literature with just the right balance between academic findings and engaging material [...]

  11. An interesting argument for Henry Neville as the real author of Shakespeare s works The authors did a good job of convincing me that Shakespeare of Stratford was not the real author, but I m not wholly convinced about Neville Definitely intrigued.

  12. While this book is well written and contains a good deal of pertinent history the argument for her author, Henry Neville, is practically non existent I m not sure if she believes this or just wanted to write a book.

  13. I think I could really believe this one The real Shakespeare being a glove maker from Avon, Bacon or the Earl of Oxford just don t make that much sense.

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