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
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