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Anno [[1609]], series [[sonettum|sonettorum]] centum quinquaginta et quattuor celeberrimorum divulgata est (quorum duo iam anno 1599 edita erant), titulo ''[[Carmina (Shakesperius)|Shake-speares Sonnets]].'' [[Thomas Thorpe]] editor huius libri, qui ipse inscriptionem cuidam ''[[Mr. W. H.]]'' dicatam praemisit, ibi Shakesperium ''our ever-living poet'' ("vatem nostrum semper viventem" vel "immortalem") nuncupavit.<ref>De interpretatione vide Donald Foster, "Master W.H., R.I.P." in ''PMLA'' vol. 102 (1987) pp. 42–54.</ref> Eodem fere anno Shakesperius comoediographus ("[[Publius Terentius Afer|Terentius]] Anglicus") a [[Ioannes Davies Herefordiensis|Ioanne Davies Herefordiensi]] laudatur in epigrammate "''[[To Our English Terence, Mr. Will: Shake-speare]]''".<ref>De interpretatione vide "[http://poeticks.com/on-three-shakespeare-related-poems-by-john-davies/ On Three Shakespeare-Related Poems By John Davies]."</ref>
 
Post ''The Tempest'' alios ludos nullos singulus composuit. Duos vero confecit adiuvante amico [[Ioannes Fletcher|IoannesIoanne Fletcher]], qui successor Shakesperii scriptor Servorum Regiorum meruerit:
* ''[[Henry VIII (Shakesperius)|Henry VIII]]'' (die 29 Iunii 1613 iamque antea doctus)
* ''[[The Two Noble Kinsmen]]'' (1613/1614 doctus)
* [[Edmundus Kerchever Chambers|Chambers, E. K.]] (1930), ''William Shakespeare: A Study of Facts and Problems'', 2 vols., Oxford: Clarendon Press, ISBN 0198117744.
* Samuel Schoenbaum, ''William Shakespeare: A Compact Documentary Life''. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1987.
* Schoenbaum, Samuel. [[1991]]. ''Shakespeare's Lives'', Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0198186185.
* Wells, Stanley. [[1997]]. ''Shakespeare: A Life in Drama.'' Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton. ISBN 0393315622.
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