A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Quarto 1, 1600), the play: “He that writ it: Vere, Veer, Veare”
Act Two, Scene I, 388 – 401 Plaintext:
Is Oxford speaking through Oberon, with the caveat: ” . . . take heed . . . “ ?
Is it possible the ‘changeling’ son is both Edward de Vere as well as (Queen Elizabeth’s and Edward’s love child) Henry Wriothesley, Third Earle of Southampton?
Can it also be possible Southampton either had a role in the writing, or is the play’s principle contributor: the ‘shaddowe’ of a shadow?