The Writings of Gwynneth Bowen Index

Published Pamphlet

1. 1951 – Shakespeare’s Farewell—The Date and Authorship of The Tempest

From The Shakespeare Fellowship News-Letter (English) 1954 – 1958

Articles

2. September 1954The Wounded Name

3. Spring 1955 – Falstaff, Tarlton and The Famous Victories

4. Autumn 1955 – Chronology in the Melting Pot

5. Spring 1956 – Coronation Sonnet

6. Spring 1958 – Shakespeare and the Trussells of Billesley

7. Autumns 1958 – Shakespeare’s Early Style

Book Reviews

8. Spring 1957 – The Shakespeare First Folio by W. W. Greg

9. Autumn 1957 – Shakespeare’s Sources (I) Comedies and Tragedies by Kenneth Muir

From the Shakespearean Authorship Review (English) 1959 – 1974

Articles

10. Spring 1960Shakespeare to His Sovereign

11. Autumn 1960 – Oxford Exonerated

12. Autumn 1961 – The Incomparable Pair and “The Works of William Shakespeare”

13. Spring 1962 – Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

14. Spring 1964 Poem: Shakespeare Quatercentenary

15. Autumn 1964 – Reverberations

16. Autumn 1965 – Hackney, Harsnett and the Devils in King Lear

17. Spring 1966 – Sir Edward Vere and His Mother, Anne Vavasor

18. Spring 1967 – Oxford’s Letter to Bedingfield and “Shakespeare’s Sonnets”

19. Autumn 1967 – Touching the Affray at the Blackfriars

20. Autumn 1968 – More Babbles and Frays

21. Spring 1969 – The Mysterious Mr. W.H.

22. Summer 1970 – What Happened at Hedingham and Earls Colne? (Part 1)

23. Spring 1971 – What Happened at Hedingham and Earls Colne? (Part 2)

24. Summer 1972 – Purloined Plumes

25. Summer 1973 – Oxford’s and Worcester’s Men and the “Boar’s Head”

26. Summer 1974 – Worcester’s, Oxford’s and the Admiral’s

Book Reviews

27. Autumn 1959 – The Six Loves of Shake-speare by Louis P. Benezet

28.  1962 – The Shakespeare Claiments by H. N. Gibson

29. Autumn 1963 – The Case for Shakespeare’s Authorship of “The Famous Victories” by Seymour M. Pitcher

30. Spring 1964 – The Verdict of History (a survey of some recent books on Shakespeare)

31. Spring 1965 – Shakespeare by Peter Alexander

32. Winter 1972 – The Boar’s Head Theatre—An Inn-Yard Theatre of the Elizabethan Age by C. J. Sisson