Mr W. H.

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The mysterious dedicatee of the first edition of Shakespeare's Sonnets. The identity of ‘Mr W.H’. has been endlessly discussed, and so has his function. The initials at the end of ...

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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