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"Every word doth almost tell my name" : the authorship of Shakespeare's sonnets

Author: P D McIntosh
Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina ; London : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Poems, first published 400 years ago in Shakespeare's Sonnets, not about a woman, but a man. Who was he? This question and others have perplexed scholars for centuries. This book takes an approach to the difficult issues presented by the Sonnets and upsets many assumptions about the handsome young man, the Dark Lady, Mr. W.H. and Shakespeare himself"--Provided by publisher.
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Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: P D McIntosh
ISBN: 9780786473717 0786473711
OCLC Number: 817595594
Description: vii, 210 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Death of a poet --
A question of age --
The elusive Shakespeare --
A strange disconnection --
"My lovely boy" --
Shakespeare gets intimate --
A troubled relationship --
The dedication puzzle --
Who was the fair youth? --
The royal male --
Cadiz, glory and treason --
Deciphering the dedication --
The royal connection --
Vocabulary and imagery --
New light on the dark lady --
Death and the maiden --
The "heaven-born goddess" --
A tiger's heart.
Responsibility: P.D. McIntosh ; foreword by Rodney Croome.

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"Poems, first published 400 years ago in Shakespeare's Sonnets, not about a woman, but a man. Who was he? This question and others have perplexed scholars for centuries. This book takes an approach to the difficult issues presented by the Sonnets and upsets many assumptions about the handsome young man, the Dark Lady, Mr. W.H. and Shakespeare himself"--Provided by publisher.

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