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... or any other of the supposed patrons of the actor into any reasonable distance of being identical with the poet's sweet boy . " For me the Sonnets are not addressed to , and do not in the least concern , any patron or friend .
There is an echo here from Drayton's “ dedicated lines addressed to the Countess of Bedford , and prefixed to Endimion and Phæbe ( 1594 ) —a rival poem to Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis , which ...
... placing him inferior to of his contemporaries : none And Drayton whose well - written tragedies And sweet epistles soar thy fame to skies ; Thy learned name is equal with the rest Whose stately numbers are so well addressed .
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