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Notices and Comments .
Of the Personal Theory as interpreted by Charles
Of the period at which the Earlier Sonnets were Written
and the Person to whom they are Addressed.
Life and Character of Henry Wriothesley, Earl of
POET AND PATRON:-
Their Personal Friendship
PERSONAL SONNETS :- -
Shakspeare to the Earl, wishing him to Marry.
Shakspeare to the Earl, in praise of his Personal Beauty
Shakspeare to the Earl, promising Immortality.
Shakspeare to the Earl, chiefly concerning a Rival Poet,
adjudged to be Marlowe
Shakspeare is about to write on the Courtship of his
Friend Southampton, according to the Earl's suggestion
Southampton in love with Elizabeth Vernon
PERSONAL SONNETS:- -
Shakspeare to the Earl, when he has known him some
Shakspeare proposes to write of the Earl in his absence
The Earl to Mistress Vernon on and in his absence
Elizabeth Vernon's Jealousy of her Lover, Lord South-
ampton, and her Friend, Lady Rich.
A PERSONAL SONNET:- :-
Shakspeare on the Slander
The Earl to Elizabeth Vernon after the Jealousy
Elizabeth Vernon repays the Earl by a Flirtation of her
own His Reproach.
Shakspeare is sad for the Earl's 'Harmful Deeds'
A Farewell of the Earl's to Elizabeth Vernon
The Earl to Elizabeth Vernon after his Absence
Shakspeare to the Earl after some Time of Silence
The Earl to Elizabeth Vernon-Their Final Reconcilia-
tion with Shakspeare's Sonnet on their Marriage
Shakspeare to the Earl, chiefly on his own Death
DRAMATIC SONNETS :-
Southampton, in the Tower, to his Countess, also Shak-
speare to the Earl in Prison, and upon his Release
THE MSS. BOOK OF THE SOUTHAMPTON SONNETS
The Dark Lady of the Latter Sonnets
William Herbert's Passion for Lady Rich
LIFE OF LADY RICH.
THOMAS THORPE, AND HIS 'ONlie Begetter' OF THE SONNETS
OF THE NEW READING AND ARRANGEMENT
HIS SUGRED SONNETS AMONG HIS PRIVATE FRIENDS.'
THE MAN SHAKSPEARE: A RE-TOUCHED PORTRAIT
Sonnet 132, and the Taming of the Shrew
The Silent Lover
William Herbert and Shakspeare's Minor Pieces
Romeo and Juliet
NOTES ON DISPUTED READINGS.