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The Bard of Stratford is vindicated at last! Revolutionary new discoveries reveal the actual location where (according to coded information embedded in the poet's church) the great Bard himself has left physical evidence that promises to finally end the persistent controversy concerning his identity. What is hidden at Stratford could well be the greatest story Shakespeare ever wrote! Unlike anything you've ever read about him, 'I, Shakespeare' is an exquisite cryptographic maze and includes over 20 gorgeous, full-page photographs of Holy Trinity Church, Stratford. The reader is taken on a breath-taking journey of discovery and invited to be part of history by solving the mystery themselves. Forty puzzles take just a couple of minutes each to work out and result in a stunning conclusion that will shake the halls of academia and bring new life to our appreciation of the most enduring literary genius the world has ever known. The Bard will never be the same... to-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow.
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Alan Green is a British-born, classically-trained jazz pianist, composer, author, educator, and Shakespeare scholar. In the late 70’s and early 80’s he was signed as a singer-songwriter to Arista Records and CBS (with whom he had a self-penned, top thirty hit, I Surrender, under the pseudonym, Arlan Day). He was musical director for Davy Jones of The Monkees and authored two best-selling, award-winning books on the band: “They Made A Monkee Out Of Me” and “Mutant Monkees”. Alan got interested in the authorship question seven years ago and has been researching it ever since. Along the way he discovered an anomaly in Shakespeare’s gravestone at Stratford, which led to two years of cryptographic study. The final result is a poetical/mathematical coded puzzle that the whole world can study and solve for themselves. "I started out as a skeptic of the orthodox story but have come to the inevitable conclusion that the whole so-called 'Authorship Problem' has been completely misunderstood by both sides. The codes prove conclusively that William Shakespeare, besides being the great genius we all revere for his writings, had a far more complex and wonderful story to hide - which explains the almost complete lack of a paper-trail. The Stratford Bard left one last drama for his adoring, world-wide audience to fathom... and he left it in plain sight in his own church."
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Book Description U.S.A.: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Fine condition hardback book but three of the tips are lightly rubbed. Signed and inscribed by author. To access more of our many non-fiction history books search Abebooks.com using our unique keyword HSTBX or visit our shop in Fort Worth!. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # GMSC 2081A