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Aemilia Lanyer: Gender, Genre, and the Canon (Studies in the English Renaissance) by Marshall GrossmanAemilia Lanyer
The Case Books of Simon Forman: Sex and Society in Shakespeare's Age by A. L. Rowsemaiden name Emilia Bassano
Dark Aemilia: A Novel of Shakespeare's Dark Lady by Sally O'Reillyas Aemilia Bassano Lanyer
Desiring Women Writing: English Renaissance Examples by Jonathan GoldbergAemilia Lanyer
Discovering Shakespeare: A Chapter in Literary History by A. L. Rowseas Emilia Bassano
Ink and Steel by Elizabeth BearAemilia Bassano Lanyer
Isabella Whitney, Mary Sidney and Amelia Lanyer: Renaissance Women Poets by Danielle Clarkeas Aemilia Lanyer
Kissing the Rod: An Anthology of 17th-Century Women's Verse by Germaine GreerAemilia Lanyer
Maids and Mistresses, Cousins and Queens: Women's Alliances in Early Modern England by Susan Fryeas Aemilia Lanyer
Major Women Writers of Seventeenth-Century England by James Fitzmauriceas Aemilia Lanyer
A Plague of Angels by P.F. Chisholmas Emilia Bassano
The Poems of Shakespeare's Dark Lady - Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum by Emilia Lanier
The Poets I: Isabella Whitney, Anne Dowriche, Elizabeth Melville, Aemilia Lanyer, Rachespeght and Diana Primrose, Printed Writings 1500-1640 (Early Modern ... Facsimile Library of Essential Works) (Pt.2) by Isabella Whitneyas Aemilia Lanyer
Refiguring the Sacred Feminine: The Poems of John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, and John Milton (Medieval & Renaissance Literar by Theresa M. DipasqualeAemilia Lanyer
Renaissance Women by Aemilia Lanyer
Sharpening Her Pen: Strategies of Rhetorical Violence by Early Modern English Women Writers by Sidney SondergardAemilia Lanyer
Women Poets of the Renaissance by Marion Wynne-DaviesAemilia Lanyer
Writing Women in Jacobean England by Barbara Kiefer LewalskiAemilia Lanyer

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Emilia Lanier, also Aemilia Bassano Lanyer (1569–1645) was a member of the minor English gentry, daughter of a court musician, and a poet in her own right, publishing the work Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum.  She is thought by some to be Shakespeare's Dark Lady.  She was a mistress of Henry Carey, 1st Lord Hunsdon, and perhaps mother of his child.  She married Alfonso Lanier (or Lanyer), a court musician in 1592.

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