Breaking the Shakespeare Codes - The Sensational Discovery of the Bard's True identity

Author(s): Robert Nield


Of all the famous individuals in modern history, William Shakespeare is by far the most puzzling and enigmatic; every avenue of research into his life as a writer ends in mystery of one sort or another.Since the mid-nineteenth century more than fifty alternative authors have been suggested, including Sir Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe and the Earl of Oxford - but none has proven truly credible... until now Breaking The Shakespeare Codes, by Robert Nield, is the most sensational book ever written on the subject - an astonishing investigation based on secret encoded messages which were left by the real author, and by more than thirty contemporaries, in texts alluding to Shakespeare.It is a well-established fact that cryptography was widely used in the volatile world of Elizabethan England - an age of gossips and rumourmongers, when spying was prevalent and religious turmoil threatened to tear the country and monarchy asunder.Astonishingly, the true author of the Shakespeare works was himself the most profound and dangerous secret of all - indeed he was the biggest secret in English history... the illegitimate son of Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester.This amaz

Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9780949001344
  • : CC Publishing
  • : CC Publishing
  • : September 2007
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Robert Nield
  • : Hardback
  • : near fine
  • : xvii, 277