Robert Greene (Englands Helicon), Menaphon to Pesana: “deVereDyer”, “Ed de Vere, Dyer–conspire here.”

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Englands Helicon, Robert Greene, pg. 40., Menaphon to PesanaFig. 2

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   Note that the second “E” in “Vere” is in Row 17. It also connects “de Vere” to “Dyer”. “E.(Ed) Dyer” further stands by itself as a valid letter-string. The “HE” below the “ER” in “Dyer” suggests the poem was a co-written effort between the two “Eds”, Edward Vere and Edward Dyer.)    See Shakespeare’s Sonnet 76 Array 14, “My name’s Ed de Vere”:  “(DY)ereVed)”.

IV. VII. MMXV           


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