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Shakespeare's Sonnets Exposed: Volume 1

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Shakespeare's Sonnets, the Bard's only self-published works, are arguably the most beautiful, tragic, mystifying and crazy compilation of words in the English language. For four hundred years they've been almost exclusively the domain of scholars and academics, and for four hundred years their dark magic has passed the rest of us by.

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Published January 22nd 2020 by Industrial Curiosity
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A software developer by night and a writer by day, this Adam Fisher (who happens to be a bit of a capital-letter-phobe) writes and performs under the name “fisher king” as there are so many other Adam Fishers on the planet that it’s frightfully easy to get them mixed up.

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