The Shakespeare Code
Summit University Press, 2006 - 362 sivua
October 1623--Sir Francis Bacon describes a new and ingenious method for writing in code. November 1623--one month later, the Shakespeare First Folio is published. Coincidence? For over 250 years, the Word Cipher, concealed in the plays of William Shakespeare, remained undiscovered--until the late 1800s. The Shakespeare Code reveals an explosive story of secret marriage, children of Elizabeth I, Virgin Queen, and Francis Bacon as the true author of Shakespearean plays.
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