Oxford Summer

Shakespeare's Dark Lady Tells All

by Robert D'Artagnan


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/1/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9780759631625
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781403378330

About the Book

Perhaps nothing in all of literature has caused such controversy as the Dark Lady of the Shakespeare Sonnets.

Who was she?

How did she meet Shakespeare?

How did their romance go wrong?

Who was the young friend, the third corner of the famous love triangle?

What was the effect of that romance on Shakespeare as a person and on his subsequent writings?

The Shakespeare Sonnets give us only a single point of view, and an incomplete version of the story.

This novel gives something never before examined. Exactly what happened and when and why . . . through the eyes of the Dark Lady herself.


About the Author

What’s in a name?

In this case, Robert D’Artagnan is the author of a dozen novels, while Randall Barron writes strictly nonfiction books. Randall Barron has published various articles in the Shakespeare-Oxford Newsletter and has addressed Shakespeare conferences in the United States and England.

He has a website expressing his views on the Shakespeare Authorship Question plus three previous books on the subject. Those are The Great Shakespeare Hoax, Shakespeare + The Queen, Shakespeare Through the Looking Glass and a novel, Against This Rage, the last under the pen name of Robert D'Artagnan. All are available through 1stBooks.

As to his Shakespeare research, he is most proud of having pointed out on his web site and to the audience at Concordia University where Shakespeare himself declares he is a knight, and of his investigations into Love's Martyr, an enigmatic and obscure book published in 1601, which he believes is another important key to understanding The Great Shakespeare Hoax.

He and his wife, Gloria, also were the first to discover and call attention to the INQUISITION POST MORTEM of Edward de Vere in London, in 1992 . . . de Vere being now for many the True Shakespeare.

Oxford Summer dares to enter the forbidden realm of the fiery love triangle involving the author of the Shakespeare works, one of England's most famous Earls, and the notorious Dark Lady of the Shakespeare Sonnets.

Email the author at Webrebel@Prodigy.Net