EMARICDULFE (1595): “Erle Vere: pen, paper, inke.” “Ed Vere voyce.” “Vere: his voyce.”

Emaricdulfe, Sonnet 27, Ed Vere voyce, #1Fig. 1

Emaricdulfe, 1595, Sonnet 27, Th'inke of Vere will never fade this sonnet, #2Fig. 2

Emaricdulfe, 1595, Sonnet 28, Vere verse is covered:hidden:concealed.Fig. 3

Emaracdulfe, 1595, Sonnet 18, Test Vere, Vere, #$Fig. 4

Emaricdulfe (1595), Sonnet 22, %22Erle Vere, pen, paper, inke.%22, #5Fig. 5

Emaracdulfe, 1595, Sonnet 23, Vere, his voyce, #6Fig. 6      

 

 

VI. XVII. MMXV       

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