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PR2845 .A1 [Info] Venus and Adonis, by William Shakespeare (Gutenberg text)
PR2845 .A1 [Info] Venus and Adonis (including a facsimile of the first quarto edition, 1593), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Hardy M. Cook (HTML and page images at
PR2848 .A2 [Info] The Sonnets, by William Shakespeare (Gutenberg text)
PR2848 .A2 [Info] The Sonnets (from the quarto edition; London: G. Eld, 1609), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Raymond George Siemens (HTML and page images at
PR2848 .A2 P3 1898 [Info] Songs and Sonnets (New York and Boston: T. Y. Crowell and Co., c1898), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Francis Turner Palgrave
PR2848 .A2 P74 [Info] Shakspere's Sonnets: The First Quarto, 1609; A Facsimile in Photo-Lithography (London: C. Praetorius, n.d.), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Thomas Tyler, contrib. by Charles Praetorius (multiple formats at
PR2848 .A2 T9 1890 [Info] Shakespeare's Sonnets (London: David Nutt, 1890), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Thomas Tyler (multiple formats at
PR2848 .A2 T9 1899 [Info] Shakespeare's Sonnets ("cheap reissue"; London: David Nutt, 1899), by William Shakespeare, ed. by Thomas Tyler (multiple formats at Google; US access only)
PR2848 .D3 [Info] Shakspere's Sonnets: An Essay (reprinted from the Overland Monthly; San Francisco: Murdock and Co., 1888), by Horace Davis
PR2848 .G7 [Info] A New Study of the Sonnets of Shakespeare (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1900), by Parke Godwin
PR2848 .M3 [Info] The Secret Drama of Shakspeare's Sonnets (1888 edition), by Gerald Massey (HTML in the UK)
PR2849 .P52 [Info] The Phoenix and the Turtle, by William Shakespeare (Gutenberg text)
PR2851 .B7 [Info] The Shakespeare Apocrypha: Being a Collection of Fourteen Plays Which Have Been Ascribed to Shakespeare (Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1908), ed. by Tucker Brooke, contrib. by William Shakespeare (multiple formats at
PR2851 .W3 [Info] King Edward III
PR2851 .W3 1888 [Info] Pseudo-Shakespearian Plays (5 volumes; Halle: M. Miemeyer, 1883-1888), ed. by Karl Warnke and Ludwig Proescholdt, contrib. by William Shakespeare
PR2854 .A37 P6 [Info] Lilies That Fester, and Love's Constancy (adaptation of Arden of Faversham, and adapted extract from Edward the Third; New York: Brentano's, c1906), by William Poel
PR2856 .A1 [Info] The Birth of Merlin: or, The Childe Hath Found His Father, by William Rowley (HTML at Rochester)
PR2858 .A1 [Info] Double Falshood: or, the Distrest Lovers (supposedly based on a lost play by Shakespeare and Fletcher; this edition based on the second edition of 1728, with notes on variants), by Mr. Theobald, ed. by John W. Kennedy, contrib. by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher (HTML with commentary at
PR2858 .G7 [Info] Double Falsehood (sources attributed here variously to Shakespeare, Fletcher, and Shirley; Western Reserve University Bulletin, new series, v. 23 no. 3, 1920), by Mr. Theobald, ed. by Walter James Graham, contrib. by William Shakespeare, John Fletcher, and James Shirley
PR2860 .A1 [Info] A Pleasant Comedie of Faire Em, the Millers Daughter of Manchester, With the Love of William the Conquerour (Gutenberg text)
PR2862 .A1 [Info] The Lamentable Tragedy of Locrine; and Mucedorus (Gutenberg text)
PR2862 .A1 1908 [Info] The Tragedy of Locrine, 1595 (reprinted for the Malone Society, 1908; reprinted 1965), ed. by R. B. McKerrow
PR2863 .A1 [Info] The London Prodigal (Gutenberg text)
PR2864 [Info] The Merry Devill of Edmonton (Gutenberg text)
PR2866 .A1 [Info] The Puritan, by Thomas Middleton (annotated HTML at

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