The Master of the Ceremonies: The Hand of Shakespeare by MR William John Corbett - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Sep 04, 2015
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Can you keep a secret? For four hundred years the world has believed that the actor, William Shakespeare, was the greatest writer that has ever lived. Finally the real story behind this epic deception has been revealed.A chance discovery has...

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368
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Can you keep a secret? For four hundred years the world has believed that the actor, William Shakespeare, was the greatest writer that has ever lived. Finally the real story behind this epic deception has been revealed.

A chance discovery has thrown up the proof that the world has been waiting for. In The Master of the Ceremonies we discover for the first time the traces left by the hand of the real Shakespeare- not the actor but a tortured Catholic at the heart of Elizabeth Is court. Thinker, Traitor, Soldier, Spy.

Discover for yourself the complex author that the world and the works deserve. William Corbetts stunning new book will have Stratfordians, Baconians and Oxfordians quaking in their boots. The greatest story never told.

You need to read this new discovery! William Corbetts new book uncovers the secret authorship of the plays attributed to William Shakespeare and the Catholic message encoded within their pages. When I came across the phrase the stings and terrors of a guilty conscience in an anonymous treatise from 1595 I couldnt help noticing the echo of Hamlets famous to be or not to be speech with the line the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.

Not something you come across everyday, but when I discovered that the man who wrote it is cited again and again by different scholars as a major source for the plays, an examination of his life was called for, which revealed him in a sequence of unique places, places only the author could have been. The man who wrote that striking line was Lewes Lewkenor, a renegade soldier who had spent a decade fighting for the Catholic Philip II of Spain. But Lewkenor was welcomed back to court by Burghley and soon began working as Elizabeth Is translator and receiver of foreign ambassadors.

King James I created the position of Master of the Ceremonies for Lewkenor, placing him front-row at the recorded debut performances of many of the plays in the company of the very people they were written to please. We will examine how his contemporaries sniped at a clandestine writer who hid behind an actor, unraveling the sly allusions they made to a man they called Luck-Less and Labeo who hides like a cuttle-fish in the black cloud of his thick vomiture. You can read about this on my Blog.

The Master of the Ceremonies covertly led the propaganda war at the heart of the Counter Reformation, speaking directly to his Catholic audience by inserting coded messages in the plays which he published using William Shakespeare as his amanuensis, his mask. Lewes Lewkenor urged that his name should be kept from his work, unknown for four hundred years. Finally we have found the author that the world and the works deserve.

This is a remarkable tale of deceit and intrigue at the highest level.

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Corbett was never meant to write a book about William Shakespeare let alone turn the Shakespeare myth on its head!! His sharp intellect and precise prose make for stunning, page-turning, revelations that will kick up some serious dust in the literary and historical worlds. He lives in London, a short walk from the British library, and when he isnt turning history on its head he can be found DJing in clubs around the world.

, Traitor, Soldier, Spy. Discover for yourself the complex author that the world and the works deserve. William Corbetts stunning new book will have Stratfordians, Baconians and Oxfordians quaking in their boots.

The greatest story never told. You need to read this new discovery! William Corbetts new book uncovers the secret authorship of the plays attributed to William Shakespeare and the Catholic message encoded within their pages.

When I came across the phrase the stings and terrors of a guilty conscience in an anonymous treatise from 1595 I couldnt help noticing the echo of Hamlets famous to be or not to be speech with the line the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Not something you come across everyday, but when I discovered that the man who wrote it is cited again and again by different scholars as a major source for the plays, an examination of his life was called for, which revealed him in a sequence of unique places, places only the author could have been. The man who wrote that striking line was Lewes Lewkenor, a renegade soldier who had spent a decade fighting for the Catholic Philip II of Spain.

But Lewkenor was welcomed back to court by Burghley and soon began working as Elizabeth Is translator and receiver of foreign ambassadors. King James I created the position of Master of the Ceremonies for Lewkenor, placing him front-row at the recorded debut performances of many of the plays in the company of the very people they were written to please. We will examine how his contemporaries sniped at a clandestine writer who hid behind an actor, unraveling the sly allusions they made to a man they called Luck-Less and Labeo who hides like a cuttle-fish in the black cloud of his thick vomiture.

You can read about this on my Blog. The Master of the Ceremonies covertly led the propaganda war at the heart of the Counter Reformation, speaking directly to his Catholic audience by inserting coded messages in the plays which he published using William Shakespeare as his amanuensis, his mask. Lewes Lewkenor urged that his name should be kept from his work, unknown for four hundred years.

Finally we have found the author that the world and the works deserve. This is a remarkable tale of deceit and intrigue at the highest level.

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