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Loves Martyr ; Or, Rosalins Complaint. Allegorically Shadowing the Truth of Loue, in the Constant Fate of the Phoenix and Turtle. A Poeme Enterlaced With Much Varietie and Raritie; Now First Translated Out of the Uenerable Italian Torquato Caeliano, by Robert Chester. With the True Legend of Famous King Arthur, the Last of the Nine Worthies, Being the First Essay of a New British Poet: Collected Out of Diuerse Authenticall Records. To These Are Added Some New Compositions, of Seuerall Moderne Writers Whose Names Are Subscribed to Their Seuerall Workes, Upon the First Subiect: Viz. The Phoenix and Turtle

Chester, Robert
Format
Document; Online
Creator
Chester, Robert
Date
1601
Composition Era
17th Century
Collection
UVa Text Collection
Chadwyck-Healey English Poetry
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