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In the work as a whole, however, what is most striking is, on the one hand, the existence that title page images and frontispieces enjoyed semi-independently of the texts to which they were attached, and, on the other, their capacity to underscore and to represent particular knowledge-claims--to the point, on occasion, of rendering explicit what the text only implied.
We have already seen James's concern for rendering explicit his authorship, and the typography suggests that James (or one of his ambassadors) and the printer collaborated on making sure that the reader knew that this sonnet constituted a monarchic performance.