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Shakespeare's first published work was Venus and Adonis, in 1593.


Shakespeare's first published work was the long erotic poem Venus and Adonis, published in 1593. His first published play was Titus Andronicus in 1594.


The first of Shakespeare's works to be published was his long poem Venus and Adonis which was published in 1593.


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Shakespeare's first published work was Venus and Adonis in 1593. His other long poem The Rape of Lucrece was published the next year. About half of the plays were published individually over the years. In 1609 the Sonnets were published. In 1623 the First Folio, the first collection of Shakespeare's plays, was first published. Many of his plays were published for the first time at that time.


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Johannes Brahms wrote 121 opuses. Many are sets of pieces or variations. There are also many pieces posthumously published.


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Poe's first published work was called 'Tamerlane and Other Poems."


Shakespeare's poem Venus and Adonis was published in 1593.


Poe's first published work was a small book of poems entitled "Tamerlane and Other Poems," published in 1827. Curiously his name did not appear on the book. The cover page stated "By a Bostonian."The first book he published was titled "Tamerlane and Other Poems" in 1829. Curiously the cover page does not state his name, It says "By a Bostonian."Poe's first published work was titled "Tamerlane and Other Poems", but it was published annonymously. The cover said "By a Bostonian."


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His first published work was "Tamerlane and Other Poems", although the cover page states that it was written "By a Bostonian" rather than by Poe himself.


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Poe's first published work was called "Tamerlane and Other Poems."


The first Harry Potter book was published in the UK in 1997. It wasn't published in the US until 1998 as it took longer to work out a deal.


The first of Shakepeare's plays to be published were Henry VI Part II and Titus Andronicus, both in 1594. However, his first published work was the poem Venus and Adonis which was published in 1593 and made him both rich and well-known. His poem The Rape of Lucrece was published in 1594.


His father was his very first musical teacher. But as Brahms' talent increased, his father realized he needed other instruction which his father secured with Friedrich Cossel and Eduard Marxen. Neither charged for Brahms' lessons.


Poe's first published work was a small book of poems titled "Tamerlane and Other Poems" in 1827.


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