Man v' Ape in the Play of Ear-ce-Rammed

Title

Man v' Ape in the Play of Ear-ce-Rammed

Description

An unusual contribution to the Bacon-Shakespeare controversy, Man v’ Ape is, with great license, a copiously annotated edition of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Samuels uses numeric, symbolic, linguistic, and Biblical interpretations to posit that Francis Bacon (a contemporary of Shakespeare and Samuels’ presumed ‘true’ author of Hamlet) had predicted the coming of Samuels as the reincarnated Jehovah in order to lead the Jewish people into an independent state in Palestine.

Creator

Samuels, Philip Francis

Publisher

Samuels-Bacon Publishing

Date

1933

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Text

Identifier

exh00010000050001001

Is Part Of

http://catalog.library.miami.edu/record=b4673767~S6, Book plate between pages 32 and 33; http://merrick.library.miami.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/exhibits/id/80

Citation

Samuels, Philip Francis, “Man v' Ape in the Play of Ear-ce-Rammed,” UM Libraries Digital Exhibits, accessed December 16, 2018, http://scholar.library.miami.edu/digital/items/show/483.

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