Secrets of the Sonnets Shakespeare s Code

Secrets of the Sonnets  Shakespeare s Code
Author: Peter Jensen
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2009-06-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1430309237

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1. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616-Shakespeare's Sonnets-Substitution code-1609 Quarto- 2. The Poet William Shakespeare-The Youth Henry Wriothesley-The Dark Lady Aemelia Bessano Lanyer- The Rival Poet Christopher Marlowe-Deciphering- Time and Timeline-Names and Identities.

Shakespeare s Lovers A Novel

Shakespeare s Lovers  A Novel
Author: Peter Jensen
Total Pages: 201
Release: 2011-11
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 110507661X

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Shakespeare s Verbal Art

Shakespeare s Verbal Art
Author: William Bellamy
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 530
Release: 2016-01-14
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1443887749

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Shakespeare’s Verbal Art is a profoundly important study of the newly rediscovered anagrams that lie hidden below the surface of all Shakespearean texts. It explains the essential role played by these concealed figures in Classical and Renaissance poetry, demonstrating the revelatory function of anagram by reference to the close analysis of a wide range of examples. Special attention is given to Shakespeare’s use of these sub-textual devices to clarify meaning and intention. The focus is first on Shake-speares Sonnets of 1609, and secondly on Hamlet, Othello and Twelfth Night, all of which are found to be composed around the concealed anagrams that render these works self-interpreting. A new kind of language use is revealed, in terms of which pre-Enlightenment text is envisaged as existing in two distinct dimensions – the overt and the covert – both of which must be read if any particular poem or play is to be fully understood. In effect, a wholly new set of Shakespearean texts is made available to the reader, who will find Shakespeare’s Verbal Art an essential guide to the new discoveries. The book will also be indispensable in the fields of Classical and Renaissance literature, linguistics, poetics, rhetoric, and literary history, and in relation to the pre-Enlightenment text in general, and will interest both the specialist and the general reader.

Shakespeare s Secret Booke

Shakespeare s Secret Booke
Author: David Ovason
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2010-01-01
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1905570260

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As David Ovason reveals, many leading esoteric writers - alchemists, occultists and Rosicrucians -contributed to this 'Secret booke'. Among the more outstanding English literary figures who used the code were the mysterious adviser to Elizabeth I, John Dee, the turbulent author of The Alchemist, Ben Jonson, and the more classically-minded Edmund Spenser, whose poem 'The Faerie Queene' is the best-known esoteric work of the period. Shakespeare's Secret Booke reveals many other literary figures who together form a remarkable underground literary movement, including the most influential esotericist of the period, Jacob Boehme, and alchemists such as the English polymath Robert Fludd. Another was Shakespeare's contemporary, the youthful Johann Valentin Andreae, credited as author of The Chymical Wedding - a Rosicrucian work replete with sophisticated examples of encoding. --

Shakespeare s Sonnets

Shakespeare s Sonnets
Publsiher: PediaPress
Total Pages: 389

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The Secret Drama of Shakespeare s Sonnets Unfolded

The Secret Drama of Shakespeare s Sonnets Unfolded
Author: Gerald Massey
Total Pages: 678
Release: 1872
Genre: Sonnets, English

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Mysteries in History World History

Mysteries in History  World History
Author: Wendy Conklin
Publsiher: Teacher Created Resources
Total Pages: 146
Release: 2005-03
Genre: World history
ISBN: 1420630482

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Challenge students to explore several important unexplained events that helped shape history. Students use primary source materials, posters, and simulations to find clues and to make informed decisions about these events. There are no right or wrong answers. These real-life mysteries encourage students to research, think, debate, and form conclusions.

Melchior La Carte

Melchior    La Carte
Author: Ib Melchior
Publsiher: Open Road Media
Total Pages: 310
Release: 2014-07-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 149764271X

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With a life as wild as his fiction, the award-winning sci-fi screenwriter and novelist serves up an “addictive” anthology of short stories (Andrew Kaplan, author of the Homeland novels). A larger-than-life character before picking up the pen, Ib Melchior fought the Nazis as a counterintelligence officer and decoded Shakespeare’s tomb. He was an actor in Paris and a Nordic student of Viking history. He honed his craft at the dawn of television’s “golden age” in the 1950s, imagining the realms beyond as a writer and director of some of the most memorable science-fiction cult films of the 1960s, including Robinson Crusoe on Mars and The Time Travelers. In this rich volume, Melchior draws on all these life experiences to deliver a literary epicurean’s smorgasbord of short fiction—historical, speculative, and visionary. One story explores a woman’s reawakening in post-war Europe; others investigate the war zones of Iraq; expose the backstage havoc of a television quiz show; and cover the life-and-death challenge in a dystopian future—and more. Melchior serves up an addendum of “desserts” in which he reveals the inspiration for each story, from the debatable identity of the Bard, to a Gestapo dog, to Hans Christian Andersen. Featuring twenty-one stories in all, Melchior À La Carte “is more than a potpourri of delicacies—it is a feast of literary delights, reminiscent of the tales told by those master storytellers, Conrad and Maugham. In short . . . Melchior’s book is a must have” (S. L. Stebel, author of Spring Thaw). “The Racer,” featured in this collection, was adapted twice for film as Death Race 2000 and Death Race. “An extraordinary storyteller . . . always provocative and wise, as he lays out the stuff of which dreams are made.” —Mann Rubin, screenwriter of The Best of Everythin

Lesbian Utopics

Lesbian Utopics
Author: Annamarie Jagose
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2017-09-29
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 1136654550

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In Lesbian Utopics, Annamarie Jagose surveys the construction of the lesbian and finds her in a cultural space that is both everywhere and, of all places, nowhere. The "lesbian", in other words, is symbolically central, yet culturally marginal.

The Secret Invention

The Secret Invention
Publsiher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
Total Pages: 175
Release: 2018-05-09
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1772170259

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Adeena Adare, a glamorous and successful poet, is caught up in life-threatening conspiratorial crosshairs along with her twin brother because his secret world-changing invention, a nano engine that runs on dark matter and antimatter will render oil companies, nuclear power, and public utilities obsolete. The Secret Invention is a futuristic novel in which science, art, and technology transform the world, as we know it.

Secret Britain

Secret Britain
Author: Justin Pollard
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2010-11-11
Genre: History
ISBN: 1848544545

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Some of our most intriguing history is missing. Perhaps there has been a conspiracy, a cover-up? Or maybe some stories have been lost, forgotten or were just too embarrassing to talk about at the time? But now they are back, revealed in all their glory: secret passages, events, societies, loves, identities and even dark secrets of the grave. After much sleuthing, Justin Pollard takes us into undisclosed historical waters to discover why the city of Burlington isn't on the map; how 'Agent Pickle' saved the lost treasure of Bonnie Prince Charlie; what Sir Thomas Overbury knew in 1613 that got him murdered with a poisoned enema and how Virginia Woolf sweet-talked her way aboard HMS Dreadnought dressed as Abyssinian Prince. Secret Britain also reveals the tragic love story behind the Rolls Royce mascot; how agent Garbo managed to get an MBE and an Iron Cross; the sinister properties of the Hand of Glory; the lost smuggling ship Peggy; the Mystery Runner of Nos Galan; the extraordinary history of the Fairy Flag of Dunvegan; London's only Nazi war memorial and the secrets of the WWII Monopoly board.

50 Codes that Changed the World

50 Codes that Changed the World
Author: Sinclair McKay
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 328
Release: 2022-10-13
Genre: History
ISBN: 1472297229

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A CUNNING CHRONICLE OF THE 50 CODES THAT ALTERED THE COURSE OF HISTORY AND CHANGED THE WORLD From the bestselling author of Bletchley Park Brainteasers and The Scotland Yard Puzzle Book. There have been secret codes since before the Old Testament, and there were secret codes in the Old Testament too. Almost as soon as writing was invented, so too were the devious means to hide messages and keep them under the wraps of secrecy. In 50 Codes that Changed the World, Sinclair McKay explores these uncrackable codes, secret cyphers and hidden messages from across time to tell a new history of a secret world. From the temples of Ancient Greece to the court of Elizabeth I; from antique manuscripts whose codes might hold prophecies of doom to the modern realm of quantum mechanics, you will see how a few concealed words could help to win wars, spark revolutions and even change the faces of great nations. Here is the complete guide to the hidden world of codebreaking, with opportunities for you to see if you could have cracked some of the trickiest puzzles and lip-chewing codes ever created. ----------------------- Praise for Sinclair McKay's books: 'This book [The Secret Life of Bletchley Park] seems a remarkably faithful account of what we did, why it mattered, and how it all felt at the time by someone who couldn't possibly have been born then. - THE GUARDIAN [Bletchley Park Brainteasers] is outrageously difficult but utterly fascinating. - THE EXPRESS 'Sinclair McKay's account of this secret war of the airwaves in [Secret Listeners] is as painstakingly researched and fascinating as his bestselling The Secret Life Of Bletchley Park, and an essential companion to it.' - DAILY MAIL

Secret Shakespeare

Secret Shakespeare
Author: Mallilnckrodt Research Professor of Physics Richard Wilson, MD MS
Publsiher: Manchester University Press
Total Pages: 340
Release: 2004
Genre: Catholics
ISBN: 9780719070242

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Includes essays on Venus and Adonis, A midsummer night's dream, Othello, Macbeth, The tempest, Cardenio, and King Lear.

The Secret Life of Poems

The Secret Life of Poems
Author: Tom Paulin
Publsiher: Faber & Faber
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2011-04-07
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 0571264042

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The Secret Life of Poems is a primer which offers a poem - or on occasion an excerpt - succeeding with commentary in which rhythm, form, metre and sources are the order of the day, not ethical commentary or descriptive paraphrase. This brief engagement with forty-seven poems is intended for students and readers of poetry, and seeks to explain how poetry works by bringing into view the hidden order of specific poems.

The Shakespeare Game Or The Mystery of the Great Phoenix

The Shakespeare Game  Or  The Mystery of the Great Phoenix
Author: Ilʹi︠a︡ Gililov
Publsiher: Algora Publishing
Total Pages: 500
Release: 2003
ISBN: 0875861814

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Who was Shakespeare? In an intellectual sensation that went through three printings in the first year, a Moscow scholar presents a solidly documented work showing how, and why, the 5th Earl of Rutland wrote most of the Shakespeare oeuvre. Gililov has studied watermarks and printer's type, registration dates, and documented biographical details of Shakespeare contemporaries, considering the physical evidence as well as the personalities and motives of the suspects.


Author: J. Kahan
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2013-02-27
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1137313552

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This study concerns itself with a now-forgotten religious group, Spiritualists, and how their ensuing discussions of Shakespeare's meaning, his writing practices, his possible collaborations, and the supposed purity and/or corruption of his texts anticipated, accompanied, or silhouetted similar debates in Shakespeare Studies.

Who Will Believe My Verse

Who Will Believe My Verse
Publsiher: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Total Pages:
Release: 2018-03-30
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 192558867X

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The small volume of 154 short poems entitled 'Shake-speares Sonnets' published in 1609 has mystified readers for centuries. Why are they so cryptic? Some scholars have felt that they are in some way autobiographical, while others have viewed them as abstract poetical exercises. Part of the problem is that we know so little about the life of the writer.