The Portrait of Mr. W. H.
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I collected all the passages that seemed to me to corroborate this view, and they produced a strong impression on me, and showed me how complete Cyril Graham's theory really was. I also saw that it was quite easy to separate those lines in which he speaks of the Sonnets themselves from those in which he speaks of his great dramatic work.
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acting actor addressed answered artistic asked beauty became believe bitter boy-actor called charm commit course cried Cyril Graham dead deal death died discovered don't doubt dramatist EasyRead Elizabethan English Erskine evidence exclaimed existence eyes face faith fascinated father forgery format give gone hand heart Hews idea kind laughed less letter live looking Lord manner married matter meaning merely Muse mystery never once passion perfect Perhaps person picture play poems portrait proof prove publisher reason received remember sake seemed sense shadow Shake Shakespeare showed Sonnets speare's stage story strange suggested Surely sweet taking tell theatre thee theory thing thou thought told Tragedy true truth verse weeks whole whole thing Willie Hughes wonder written young
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