The Works of Lady Mary Wroth

The Countess of Montgomery's Urania
[Unseen, unknown]Audio
[Here all alone in silence]Audio
[Adieu sweet Sun]Audio
[Love what art thou?]Audio
[My thoughts thou hast supported]
[Drown me not, you cruel tears]
[The sun hath no long journey]
[Sweet solitariness]
[Dear Love, alas, how have I wrongèd thee]

Pamphilia to Amphilanthus
Complete - Renascence Editions
Complete - UMichigan

Love's Victory
Plot Summary - Michele Osherow
Act I, Scene I - UMD

Excerpt from The Second Part of The Countess of Montgomery's Urania: Philarchos' Tale - Sidneiana

[Edward Denny, Baron of Waltham: To Pamphilia from the father-in-law of Seralius]
Wroth's Response to Denny

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