Shakespeare and the Matter of the Crux: Textual, Topical, Onomastic, Authorial, and Other Puzzlements
Deals with the identification of Love's Labour's Won, a play long missing from the Shakespeare canon; the Master W.H. controversey; and the issue of the crux of cruxes, that in Henry V.
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Shakespeares Missing Comedy
The Sonnets and the Cryptic Inscription
Toward the Faithful Wife Subgrouping
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