SHAKESPEARE HOME PAGE
An invaluable resource. This M.I.T.-sponsored site offers the full text of the complete works of Shakespeare (tragedies, histories, comedies, poetry). It includes:
The opportunity to search the texts using key words (search either all texts or, particular ones).
A chronological listing of plays based on the scholarship of Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, preparers of the Oxford edition of the complete works (1988).
A compilation of Bartlett's familiar Shakespearean quotations.
An alphabetized listing of the plays.
A discussion area.
THE SHAKESPEARE FELLOWSHIP
Here's a web site which seeks to "bring the Shakespeare authorship debate to a worldwide audience" and positions itself in the Oxfordian camp. It offers news and discussion sections and collects a rich range of material including the full text of J. Thomas Looney's "Shakespeare" Identified," and a chapter from Roger Stritmatter's recent dissertation on how repeated ideas in Shakespeare's biblical references correspond to verses marked in the de Vere Bible.
SHAKESPEARE OXFORD SOCIETY HOME PAGE
While this web site advances the cause of the Oxfordian theory of the Shakespeare authorship, it is a resource for all.
Its home page offers a rich network of Internet resources on Shakespeare and the authorship question: reading lists of Oxfordian works, Stratfordian works, and works in response to the authorship debate; links to interesting sites about Shakespeare; discussion groups, a list of films based on Shakespeare, and more.
SHAKESPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS FROM THE INTERNET PUBLIC LIBRARY
An additional site for on-line access to the complete works.