An Introduction to the Sonnets of Shakespeare for the Use of Historians and Others
Cambridge University Press, 1964 - 109 pages
Essays explaining that Pembroke is the subject of 126 of Shakespeare's 154 Sonnets. Written for the "New Shakespeare" edition of the Sonnets.
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