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Introduction. Though Oxfordians consistently try to deny it, one of the biggest problems for their theory is The Tempest, which can be dated with virtual certainty as having been written between late 1610 and mid-to-late 1611, six to seven years after the death of the Earl of Oxford in 1604.
shakespeareauthorship.com/tempest.htmlIntroduction. Though Oxfordians consistently try to deny it, one of the biggest problems for their theory is The Tempest, which can be dated with virtual certainty as having been written between late 1610 and mid-to-late 1611, six to seven years after the death of the Earl of Oxford in 1604.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_TempestDate. The Tempest is thought by most scholars to have been written in 1610–11, and is generally accepted as the last play that Shakespeare wrote alone, although some have questioned either or both assertions.
https://www.rsc.org.uk/the-tempest/about-the.../dates-and-sourcesWhen did Shakespeare write The Tempest and which writers and stories inspired
him? ... Clues to a more exact date of composition come from a letter written by ...
https://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/.../Oxfordian2007_Strit-Kos-Maze. compressed.pdfcontribute significantly to a transformation in Tempest studies, among them: ...
ventional 1611 date for The Tempest is too late by at least eight years. The.
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Vogue of Virginia and the Date of The Tempest" Forthcoming.
The Tempest. The New Cambridge Shakespeare. Cambridge: University Press,
2002, 25. 2. Kathman, David. “Dating The Tempest,” Shakespeare ...
www2.cedarcrest.edu/academic/eng/lfletcher/tempest/.../bsmith.htmOne of these sources that was a textual influence for The Tempest is A True ... the
date it was published it is important to recognize when it was actually written.
https://www.cliffsnotes.com/literature/t/the-tempest/about-the-tempestIt is relatively easy to date The Tempest's composition, since Shakespeare used
material that was not available until late 1610: letters from the new Virginia ...