All 62 sonetts of the poem cycle "Fidessa" can and must be seen as a continuous poetic confrontation between the author himself (concealed Marlowe/ alias Shakespeare) and his destiny.
Various sonnets of "Fidessa" have been identified as putative "plagiarisms" of other authors: The third sonnet in Fidessa, beginning "Venus and yong Adonis sitting by her", was reproduced in 1599 in "The Passionate Pilgrime" (by W. Shakespeare), the Sonnet 35/39 in "Delia" (Samuel Daniel) .
Sonnet 33 (s.Faksimile !) clearly illustrates the situation of the author (Christopher Marlowe/alias Shakespeare). As in Shakespeare's sonnets the author uses the method of repetition (doubling) of specific word to highlight the contextual importance: He has to hide(1) his head (2) and live (3) alone as if he were dead, with no identity, no face(4)
The "Stratford dogma" had catastrophic consequences, since it blocked all ideas to approach any authorship solution.