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in Shakespeares Own Allusions to Sonnet Writing
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Acheson allusions argument character Chaucer and Shakespeare Compare with Roman Cupid definite connection doon hir byde doth say dream edition of Chaucer endeavour establish evidence example fair false Art Francis Beaumont Gentlemen of Verona give hath heaven hell herte House of Fame idea influence inspired large number lines looked love and friendship Love's Labour's Lost lover Lucrece mentioned mind Moreover Muse Narcissus night noted O'er old words parallel person philosophical pite play of Troilus poetic praise probable Professor Hales punning quoted reading Reason reference to Chaucer Rival Poet second poem seems Shakespeare's own play SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS sinful loving Sonnet 21 Sonnet 38 Sonnet 40 Sonnet 59 Sonnet 76 Sonnet 82 sonnet writing soul speaking speare spirit story sweet love theme theory thine thou thyself dost thought thy dear thyself dost pay tion Troilus and Cressida tyme Venus and Adonis verbal resemblance verbal similarity verse wolde writ written