Shakespeare's Southampton, Patron of Virginia
Harper & Row, 1965 - 323 Seiten
Southampton's ardent and generous discipleship of Essex led to his condemnation to death and his imprisonment in the Tower for the last eighteen months of Elizabeth I's reign.
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