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A Lover's Complaint

A Lover's Complaint was published with Shakespeare's sonnets and attributed to Shakespeare but his authorship has often been doubted, and recent scholarship (notably Brian Vickers, Shakespeare, 'A Lover's Complaint' and John Davies of Hereford, 2007) has devastated the claim to Shakespearean authenticity and made a strong case for the authorship of John Davies of Hereford (1565?-1618), an admirer and imitator of Shakespeare.