- Collations. // Studies in Philology;Early Winter80, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p117
Presents collations to the poems of Edward DeVere and Robert Devereux and collations to poems possibly by DeVere and Devereux.
- The Poems of Edward DeVere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford. // Studies in Philology;Early Winter80, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p25
Presents the poems of Edward DeVere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, England.
- Oxford and the Avon. Alexander, Ben // Oxfordian;2011, Vol. 13, p4
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the life of Susan, daughter of Edward Oxford, who lived in Stratford in Wiltshire, England in the 2013 issue.
- The uses of scholarship: The secretariat of Robert Devereux, second Earl of Essex, c. 1585-1601. Hammer, Paul E.J. // English Historical Review;Feb94, Vol. 109 Issue 430, p26
Describes the secretariat system of Robert Devereux, second Earl of Sussex. Importance of private secretaries in political life during the early modern period; Value of secretaries to historians; Role of Thomas Smith as secretary of Essex; Comparison of Smith and the secretaries of the Cecils;...
- Shakespeare at Au Bar. Richmond, P. // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Jun92, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p113
Presents an article by `GQ' magazine writer, Peter Richmond, which investigates the William Shakespeare authorship controversy. Eccentric poet, Edward DeVere, the seventeenth Earl of Oxford; Background on William Shakespeare; Inconsistencies between Shakespeare's life and work; Additional...
- CHAPTER I: Echo Verses. // Poems of Edward De Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford;1921, p2
The poem "Echo Verses," by Edward de Vere is presented. First Line: Sitting alone upon my thought in melancholy mood, Last Line: As true as Phï¿½bus' oracle.
- CHAPTER II: Sonnet: LOVE THY CHOICE. // Poems of Edward De Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford;1921, p4
The poem "Sonnet: Love Thy Choice," by Edward de Vere is presented. First Line: Who taught thee first to sigh, alas, my heart? Last Line: As nought but death may ever change thy mind.
- CHAPTER III: What Cunning can Express. // Poems of Edward De Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford;1921, p5
The poem "What Cunning Can Express," by Edward de Vere is presented. First Line: What cunning can express; Last Line: These beauties make me die.
- CHAPTER IV: Desire. THE MEETING WITH DESIRE. // Poems of Edward De Vere, Seventeenth Earl of Oxford;1921, p7
The poem "Desire: The Meeting With Desire," by Edward de Vere is presented. First Line: The lively lark stretched forth her wing, Last Line: That to enjoy that others miss.