Monday, June 23, 2014
Click here to read The Marlowe Society's post on the June 23 Times (U.K.) article concerning doubts about Marlowe being the sitter of the famous Corpus Christi portrait. Click here for Ros Barber's June 25 letter to the Times regarding this matter (via our International Marlowe-Shakespeare Society Facebook page).
Posted by CARLO D. at 11:09 AM
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