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Shakespeare and the rival poet; displaying Shakespeare as a satirist and proving the identity of the patron and the rival of the sonnets,

Author: Arthur Acheson
Publisher: London, New York, John Lane, 1903.
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Acheson, Arthur, 1864-1930.
Shakespeare and the rival poet.
London, New York, John Lane, 1903
(OCoLC)579480268
Named Person: William Shakespeare; George Chapman; George Chapman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Acheson
OCLC Number: 268858
Description: vii, [1], 360 pages 2 portrait (including frontispiece) 20 cm
Responsibility: by Arthur Acheson; with a reprint of sundry poetical pieces by George Chapman, bearing on the subject.

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