Monday, August 4, 2008

Shakespeare Authorship Debate, 2007: Stanley Wells vs. Mark Rylance

Click here to read a 2007 debate between Mark Rylance, one of the world’s leading Shakespearean actors, and Professor Stanley Wells, one of the world’s leading Shakespearean scholars. While you’re at the site, sign “The Declaration of Reasonable Doubt About the Identity of William Shakespeare,” sponsored by the Shakespeare Authorship Coalition.

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3 comments:

ClaireNY said...

An awesome debate. Thanks for posting. Great blog!!

Luanna said...

Gotta love Prof. Stanley Wells's righteous indignation!
"I hope I can still be rational and (up to a point) courteous about the subject, but the time for tolerance is over. There is no room for reasonable doubt"
Ha! There is lots of room for reasonable doubt. I'm a Stratfordian, too, and he raises lots of valid points, but pretending that there is no room for doubt is a bit ridiculous.

LJordan said...

Prof. Wells is too set in his ways and is incapable of flexibility and openness to new possibilities...Rylance wins this debate hands down.