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The Life and Death of King Edward

The Life and Death of King Edward

  • Title: The Life and Death of King Edward
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  • ISBN : 9780998928906
  • Format : Paperback
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  • Page : 134 pages


Behind every great story in history there have almost always been hidden stories The old cliche that the winners write history is, in fact, quite true And so it is, too, in the well known matter of the Shakespeare authorship question Was the real Shake speare someone other than the actor from Stratford Is the traditional history of Shake speare little than a Behind every great story in history there have almost always been hidden stories The old cliche that the winners write history is, in fact, quite true And so it is, too, in the well known matter of the Shakespeare authorship question Was the real Shake speare someone other than the actor from Stratford Is the traditional history of Shake speare little than a false report of history For Oxfordians those who believe that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was the true Shake speare this hidden story goes behind the scenes of Queen Elizabeth s court to reveal a world of political intrigue and betrayal It also reveals how and why Oxford became Shake speare at the end of his life why he may have considered himself the rightful King Edward VII what he was really writing about in his plays nearly half concerned with royal rights and succession to the throne and, most especially, what he was really writing about in his famously enigmatic sonnets In Joshua Gray s THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING EDWARD this story is brought to life, first in a series of poems that fill in the back story from 1548 into the 1590s, leading up to SHAKE SPEARES SONNETS printed in 1609. These verses are presented in a compressed form of four lines each, within the chapter by chapter structure of the underlying story hiding in plain sight


Author Joshua Gray

Joshua Gray was born in the mountains rural Northern Virginia, outside Washington DC He grew up in Alexandria VA, two miles from the nation s capital and spent most of his adult life in the suburbs of the city He attended Warren Wilson College the mountains of western North Carolina, where he also spent the first few years of married life Always in love with the mountains, he now lives in Kodai




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