Robert Detobel, since decades most active "Oxfordian" in Germany, wrote a →Review (engl.) in the german Web portal →"Theaterforschung" about the book "Shakespeare Beyond Doubt? Exposing an Industry in Denial"
Last paragraph of the Review [Quotation]
But the job of the doubters cannot be considered final either. They will have to present an alternative candidate. And whoever he will be, they will have to find a plausible answer to the question why an illiterate or almost illiterate man was chosen as front. But that understanding a little further than “nescience” is possible — this the book has made plausibly clear.
What may have driven Robert Detobel not to mention his favorite candidate "Edward de Vere", even once ? Did he change his mind [to Marlowe?] ? That's highly unlikely. I suppose, it may be of a diplomatic nature....
The english Blog (first 220 entries) available as kindle E-Book
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