The book known as Q: a consideration of Shakespeare's sonnets

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Vintage Books, Sep 1, 1983 - Poetry - 334 pages
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Provides an original, provocative account of the 1609 publication of Shakespeare's sonnets and a critical analysis of the individual poems

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This is a dumb book. Sorry, not true and flat. Nice try though! Read full review

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Interesting focused study of a published quatro of Shakespeare's poetry Read full review

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Contents

THE POEMS I
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The Story of Q 3 The Story in the Sonnets 12
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The Love in the Sonnets 19 The Sequence of
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ROBERT GIROUX, co-editor, was chairman of the editorial board of Farrar, Straus and Giroux and Elizabeth Bishop's longtime editor. He edited her Collected Prose (1984) and One Art (1994), her selected letters. LLOYD SCHWARTZ, co-editor, is Frederick S. Troy Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, classical music editor of The Boston Phoenix, and a regular reviewer for NPR's "Fresh Air," In 1994 he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism. His most recent poetry collection is "Cairo Traffic,

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