Shakespeare and His Betters: A History and a Criticism of the Attempts Which Have Been Made to Prove That Shakespeare's Works Were Written by Others

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SHAKESPEARE AND HIS BETTERS
A HISTORY AND A CRITICISM OF THE ATTEMPTS WHICH HAVE BEEN MADE TO PROVE THAT SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS WERE WRITTEN BY OTHERS

by R. C. CHURCHILL

WITH COLLABORATION IN BIBLIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH BY MAURICE HUSSEY

FOREWORD BY IVOR BROWN

MAX REINHARDT · LONDON

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Portraits in the Frontispiece vi
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction 15
  • Part One - History 25
  • Chapter I - The Origins 1601-1857 27
  • Notes 34
  • Chapter II - A Century of Group Theories 1856-1956 37
  • Notes 56
  • Chapter III - The Baconian Case Continued 1866-1957 57
  • Notes 68
  • Chapter IV - Raleigh: Essex: Cecil 1877-1916 70
  • Chapter V - Burton: Southampton: Shirley 1885-1905 77
  • Chapter VI - The Case for Derby 1891-1952 82
  • Chapter VII - The Case for Rutland 1907-1947 88
  • Chapter VIII - Barnard: Devonshire: Stirling 1914-1930 97
  • Chapter IX - The 'Oxford' Movement 1918-1957 101
  • Chapter X - Florio: Marlowe: Elizabeth 1927-1957 110
  • Notes 116
  • Part Two - Criticism 119
  • Chapter I - The General Theory Considered 121
  • Notes 136
  • Chapter II - The Case Against the Group Theories 139
  • Chapter III - The Case Against the Baconians 149
  • Notes 169
  • Chapter IV - The Case Against Derby 170
  • Chapter V - The Case Against Rutland 183
  • Notes 194
  • Chapter VI - The Case Against Oxford and Others 196
  • Chapter VII - Some Minor Theories Considered 208
  • Conclusion 219
  • Selected Bibliography 225
  • Index 247
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