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The Importance of Succession to the
The Duke of Alençon and Edmund
Devices Similar to Those in A Midsummer
The Allegorical Roles of Alençon and
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Seite 20 - The Copie of a Leter, Wryten by a Master of Arte of Cambridge to his friend in London, concerning some talke past of late between two worshipful and grave men about the present state, and some procedinges of the Erie of Leycester and his friendes in England (Antwerp, 1584), p.