My book Alias Shakespeare has come under attack from Stratfordian scholars and critics, as one might expect. Most recently it has been the target of a long, captious review by Alan H. Nelson of Berkeley...
Whoever dares his own self to exult,
And has his face ground hard upon the dirt,
Is none the more hubristic than the cult
Of prideful persons who inflict the hurt; Herodotus explained: “The gods permit No man to hold himself in...
They laboured hard to kill the very thing
They swore at length did surely not exist;
Their modern electronic imaging
Came nowhere close to showing what they missed;
Within their shining labs they laboured long,
Expending effort far beyond belief
While learning not where they went...