Francis Bacon – Links and Related Topics
A selection of recommended links on Francis Bacon topics
Bacon’s personal notebook The Promus is one of the most important pieces of evidence linking Bacon as Shakespeare.
Manes Verulamiani (“Shades of Verulam”) consists of 32 eulogies written by his peers honoring Francis Bacon as a “supreme poet & dramatist.” Published in 1626.
The Shakespeare Sonnets Unmasked
The Shakespeare-Bacon essays of Mather Walker
Insight into Timon of Athens
The Northumberland manuscript is the only Elizabethan document containing the names of both Bacon and Shakespeare. By far the most interesting Shakespearean document ever unearthed.
The Study: Francis Bacon and the “Stages” of his Life
A letter by Mark Twain discussing his research on the authorship of Shakespeare.
The Four Idols of Francis Bacon by Manly P. Hall
Short biography of Peter Dawkins, author of Francis Bacon: The Herald of the New Age and other works.
A view of Twickenham Park where Bacon lived and wrote some of his great works.
Alfred Dodd’s Biography of Bacon.
How Bacon left his mark at the end of The Tempest
Karl Hollenbach’s book Francis Rosicross.
Discussion of the Elizabethan mural(Venus & Adonis) of St. Alban’s by T. D. Bokenham.
A Transcript from a British Radio Show concerning the Authorship Issue
Francis Carr’s table showing similarities between Don Quixote and the works of Shakespeare and Bacon.
Deborah Belle Forman’s review of Umberto Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum.
A 1916 New York Times article on a judicial decision that Francis Bacon was the true author of the “Shakespeare” plays.
Morphing at the Globe Theater. These four Elizabethians have a hidden connection: Francis Bacon, “Shakespeare,” Queen Elizabeth and Cervantes. See an animation of them morphing together. Click here to see a version that will fit on smaller screens.