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Mistress Davenant, the dark lady of Shakespeare's sonnets, demonstrating the identity of the dark lady of the sonnets and the authorship and satirical intention of Willobie his Avisa. With a reprint of Willobie his Avisa (in part), Penelope's complaint, An Elegie, Constant Susanna, Queen Dido, Pyramus and Thisbe, the Shepherd's slumber, and sundry other poems by the same author. Preview this item
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Mistress Davenant, the dark lady of Shakespeare's sonnets, demonstrating the identity of the dark lady of the sonnets and the authorship and satirical intention of Willobie his Avisa. With a reprint of Willobie his Avisa (in part), Penelope's complaint, An Elegie, Constant Susanna, Queen Dido, Pyramus and Thisbe, the Shepherd's slumber, and sundry other poems by the same author.

Author: Arthur Acheson; Matthew Roydon
Publisher: London, B. Quaritch; New York, Chicago, W.M. Hill, 1913.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Acheson; Matthew Roydon
OCLC Number: 2938154
Notes: "Poems by Matthew Roydon": p. [203]-325.
Description: 2 preliminary leaves, [iii]-v, 332 pages 21 cm
Responsibility: By Arthur Acheson.

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