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Texts by Lady Mary Wroth

  Gavin Alexander's transcription of a portion of the manuscript continuation of The Countess of Montgomery's Urania (Newberry Library, Chicago, Case MS fY 1565. W 95).
In the transcribed section, Philarchos tells his story to his sister Pamphilia and Veralinda, the wife of her cousin Leonius [taken from vol. 1 ('the first booke, of the secound parte of the Countess of Mountgomeries Urania', I, 35a.].

  Wroth's response to the verses written by Sir Edward Denny on the publication of the Urania.

For Denny's original verses, see Texts related to Wroth.

   For links to other texts by Lady Mary Wroth, see Related Resources.

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