Timeline from Peter Farey Marlowe: Merry Wives... Also the gravity of the situation affects the type of blank verse he used. His powerful handlers in espionage, concerned about saving their talented agent, decide to fake his death and send him away. You have to deal with it all. And they are open to exploring new ideas in ways that many so-called specialists in academe are not. Ros Barber: His plays flow through the world's imagination on a daily basis.
But no, it was not about 1605 or 1606.
That was no problem for Delia Bacon. The Earl of Oxford is known to have died in 1604, when according to virtually all Shakespearean scholars at least a quarter of Shakespeare's plays were yet to be written.
The fact is there are still thousands and thousands of manuscripts all across England that have never really been examined by scholars in the field. Click here to reach Peter's website.
The more I work on him, the clearer his work becomes. Elvis Mitchell of the New York Times praises: The maddest of all the anti-Stratfordian plots, the idea was wittily sent up in Tom Stoppard's screenplay for Shakespeare in Love.
Was Marlowe Shakespeare? They are not answering the same questions.
We know who we are speaking about. Of course, he could have cherry-picked a few more that roughly fitted his desired pattern, and finished up with a satisfactory-to-him biased result.