Sunday, June 15, 2014
A recent exchange on the "Oxfraud" Facebook page (commencing June 6), which consists of comments by International Marlowe-Shakespeare Society members Peter Farey and Daryl Pinksen, has prompted this blog to re-post two older blog articles on the issue of Shakespeare being a front for another, possibly blacklisted writer. In "Philip Yordan: A Modern-Day Shakespeare?" Daryl Pinksen examines some compelling parallels between Marlowe and the Hollywood blacklisting of the 1950s. In "William Shakespeare, Businessman - Forgotten Genius," Anthony Kellett also explores the life of a literary front man. We welcome your comments to these provocative pieces.
Posted by CARLO D. at 1:42 PM