Thursday, September 1, 2011

Tom Hunter's Reply to Rev Dr. Edmondson of Shakespeare Birthplace Trust re the Trust's Shakespeare Authorship Conspiracy Blog

E-MAIL REPLY TO Rev Dr Paul Edmondson, Head of Research and Knowledge, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust with regard to Rev Dr Edmondson's welcome message to the Trust's Shakespeare Authorship Conspiracy Theory blog

Rev. Dr. Paul Edmondson
Head of Research and Knowledge
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Dear Rev. Dr. Edmondson,

I despaired of hearing back from you since it has been some time, so you might imagine how welcome your message was to me when I saw it in my in-box. I, too, look forward to working with those participating in this project by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and congratulate the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust for taking this giant step forward with regard to the authorship issue. I am especially gratified to hear from the Head of Research and Knowledge of your organization since my own research has demonstrated that we are just beginning to discover Shakespeare's true genius and that further research is sure to demonstrate how much more profound--and even entertaining--is Shakespeare's work, far beyond anything we have ever imagined before.

Therefore, it is with great excitement that I have this opportunity to contribute to the understanding and appreciation of Shakespeare however modest that contribution may be.

With warmest regards,

Thomas Hunter, Ph.D.

REV DR Edmondson's message:

In a message dated 9/1/2011 7:46:01 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, blog@bloggingshakespeare.com writes:
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Dear Thomas Hunter, Ph.D.,

I hope that you will enjoy this chatty and lively response to the Shakespeare Authorship Conspiracy Theory, and that you might like to recommend the site (Short URL -http://shksp.re/60conf) to your friends, family, colleagues, students, and e-contacts. Please tell others about the things you find interesting in the posts on Facebook, Twitter (using the hashtag #60mins), and any other social media sites you might use.

Whether you are local to Stratford or live thousands of miles away the fact that you have registered for this site means a great deal to the world-wide reputation and appreciation of Shakespeare.

Thank you for your support, and happy listening!

You might like to look out on bloggingshakespeare.com for further developments in our on-going response.

All best wishes,

Rev. Dr Paul Edmondson
Head of Research and Knowledge
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust


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