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  • By Ferdinando Stanley
    May 23, 2015
    The Author of 'Shakespeare's Folio' in 1623 was still alive, correcting and adding literally hundreds of changes: 'Shakspere' of Stratford was dead 7 years since 1616; Edward deVere the 17th Earl of Oxford was dead 19 years since 1604; Christopher Marlowe was dead 30 years since 1593. So who could possibly have been the great Author{s} and was still alive in the 1620s? The greatest producers and impresarios of the Elizabeth Theatre, for over 60 years between the 1570s and 1630s, were the Stanley Family, the Earls of Derby - also know as the Barons Lord Strange - and they were renowned and prominent playwrights and poets as well, as recorded in contemporary references. This book chronicles a TELEVISION PRODUCTION SCRIPT in four detailed and documented dramatic Acts analyzing and arguing for the Lords Strange, Ferdinando and William Stanley, brothers, as the great Shakespearean collaborators. An authenticated painting of the time in the 1580s shows Ferdinando Stanley pictured with a... More > long Jousting Spear. William Stanley, the younger of the brothers, lived 81 years, from 1561-1642, the right man in the right place at the right time.< Less
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1st Edition
Derby, Inc.
May 23, 2015
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.79 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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