Shakespeare Beyond Doubt ! ?
Following the film event „Anonymus (2011)“ of Roland Emmerich (claiming that the playwright of „Romeo_and_Julia“ was not the Stratford man William Shakspere but Edward de Vere, the Earl of Oxford) the „Stratfordian representatives" felt the need to oppose the growing erosion of public opinion that the Shakespeare authorship question or reasonable doubts about Will are justified.
Present and the former chairman of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells decided to organize a book in which major authorities once and for all had to reject that "dangerous" claim, as lacking any credible supporting evidence. - The Guardian, reporting about the new release of the book, march 30, received more than 1000 letters
Since the title already brought the essence of the book in a nutshell "There is no doubt !", the U.S. based "Shakespeare authorship coalition (SAC) ", existing for some years, felt challenged: They organized experts who should scrutinize the weak arguments of the experts of the other book. They used the same layout, the same title , with the tiny difference of a final question mark.
Unfortunately the" SAC" is a flawless "Oxford-equals-Shakespeare" self-help group. (even if the coalition does not admit it openly)