“Now is the winter of our discontent”

To reinforce that the author of Richard III is Edward de Vere:

   The opening forty-three lines of the play present the following:  that (1) Edward de Vere is the play’s author; (2) that Henry VII is the putative antagonist as demonstrated in the letter-strings of the “Now is the winter of our discontent” (1. 1. 3 – 46) ciphertexts; (3) that Edward de Vere is the writer of the opening lines soliloquy as shown by several ciphertext letter-strings in these lines; (4) that the presence in the letter-strings of the personal pronoun I states that Vere is the writer and likely encoder of the soliloquy; (5) that the “soule” of the anger of the soliloquy represents Vere’s intensity with regard to the machinations and deceit of monarchy and of monarchs in general; (6) that the “discontent” is Vere’s discontent as shown in Array 103; (7) that Henry VII ordered the murder of the two Princes in the Tower (Edward and Richard, the sons of Edward IV), and (8) the name of the actual murderer who killed them.

Richard 3, 1597, 1.1, %22I, Ed Vere, E.O., hid, #1Fig. 1  

Meaning that Ed Vere, Earl of Oxford is the concealed encoder and writer of the soliloquy.

Richard 3, 1597, 1.1, %22I'm VERE visagde%22, #2Fig. 2       

   That is to say, how the presented written picture of the character, Richard III, is actually the internal picture of Oxford’s own thinking process and feelings.

Richard 3, 1597, 1.1, Ed Vere ink, #3Fig. 3

“Ed Vere ink”.  In other words, “I, Ed Vere, wrote this.”      

Richard 3, 1597, 1.1, %22VERE, the soul%22, #4Fig. 4         See (5) above.

Richard 3, 1623, Winter, 1.1, %22I, Ed Vere discontent, #5Fig. 5

I’m Ed Veer.  If you don’t believe what I’m telling you, test me:  Array 72

Richard III, Winter, 1597, 1.1, %22I'm Ed Veer, Test me.%22, #1Fig. 6

In the same Array (72) as “Ed VEER are the following:

Richard 3, Winter, 1597, 1.1, %22I'm Ed Veer.  Test me.%22 Array 73, #3Fig. 7

Richard III, 1597, 1.1, Winter discontent, to prove King HENRI a VEIL (ed) villaine, Array 72 #1Fig. 8

Richard III, 1597, Winter, 1.1, motivated by %22deadly HATE%22, Array 72 #2Fig. 9

Richard III, Winter, accusing Henry VII of treachery, #3Fg. 10

Richard III, Winter, 1597, 1.1, Tyrel plot, Hal and Tyrel, murderersFig. 11

 

 

 

VI. VI. MMXIV       

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