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Primera parte del Parnaso antartico, de obras amatorias : con las 23 epistolas de Ovidio, selin Ibin [i.e. i el Ibis], en tercetos

Bibliotèque Nationale de Paris has the only copy of the unpublished manuscript of the second part, entitled: Segunda parte del Parnaso antartico de divinos poemas. Cf. Palau y Dulcet Sonnets by Pedro de Oña, Pedro de Soto and Luis Pérez Angel on preliminary leaves [5]-[6]; sonnet by Cristóval Pérez Rincón on leaf 265 [i.e. 267] Vignette on t.p... Peru
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