The text of Henry Constable's Sonnets to Penelope Devereux
Sledd, Hassell Brantley
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The aims of the present study are to establish the relationships among the sources of Constable's sonnets to Penelope Devereux and to offer a critical edition of these sonnets. Sonnets to Penelope Devereux appear in the Marsh manuscript in Trinity College Library, Dublin; the Dyce manuscript 44 in the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington; the Arundel Harington manuscrit in Arundel Castle; the Diana of 1592; the so-called Diana of 1594; A Poetical Rhapsody of 1602, 1608, 1611, and 1621; and the Ashmole manuscript 38 in the Bodleian Library [TRUNCATED]
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