Bacon's Dial in Shakespeare: A Compass-Clock Cipher

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 200 pages
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This book tries to show that a cipher designed by Francis Bacon, and based on the union of a clock and compass in dial form, exists in the First Folio of Shakespeare, printed in 1623. Contents: some reasons for a cipher and the cipher; gates and keys; cipher clues in Bacon's work; telling time; points of compass; dial hours in text; cipher in Macbeth; Bacon blazons or signatures; guide to maze pictures; hour count in Macbeth. With many charts and figures.

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