Gvvydonius the Carde of Fancie Wherein the Folly of Those Carpet Knights Is Decyphered, Which Guyding Their Course by the Compasse of Cupid, Either Dash Their Ship Against Most Daungerous Rocks. by Robert Greene. (1584) by Louise Lab, Louise Labe (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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