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Spenser. Book II of the Faery Queene, Ed. by G.W. Kitchin
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Author: Professor Edmund Spenser
Number of Pages: 126 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: Englishhttps://d4rri9bdfuube.cloudfront.net/assets/images/book/large/9781/1454/9781145468931.jpg
Type: Pdf
ISBN: 9781236003393
Download Link: Spenser. Book II of the Faery Queene, Ed. by G.W. Kitchin
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: ...respect, drawn very true to nature, the deceiver being made at the same time the most credulous of men. Spenser may have also meant to shew up the crafty shifts to which the Jesuit priests and emissaries in England were apt to resort. 12, 7. now bath vowd;--a common incident in Romance writing. In Ariosto, Orl. Fur. 23. 78, Mandricardo says, --"Ho sacramento di non cinger spada Fin ch' io non tolgo Durindana al Conte." 14, 3. gaged;--left as gages, or hostages, in his power. 16, 6. Is not enough. &c.;--notice the construction here: ' foure quarters of a man' is taken as = 'a man, ' and followed by a sing. verb. The ' foure quarters of a man' is only a piece of bombast in Braggadocchio's mouth. 17, 7. seven knightes, &c.;--the character of the fire-eater and braggart was not an uncommon one in Spenser's time. Cp. Shakespeare's Falstaff, and Sir P. Sidney's Dametas in the Arcadia. 18, 6. by my device;--a knightly oath; 'by the device upon my shield' = by my knightly honour--the shield being supposedto represent the knight, and the device to express his character or qualities. 9. that monster;--that marvel. 20, 5. their haire on end does reare;--ed. 1590, ' does unto them affeare;' and in the ' Faults Escaped' at the end of that ed. the word ' unto' is corrected to 'greatly.' 21, 3. crept into a bush;--Dameta, s, in the Arcadia, does just the same, when the wild beasts are let loose. 7. A goodly ladie, &c.;--Belphoebe, i. e. Queen Elizabeth, who much affected a likeness to the chaste Diana. With this picture may be compared that of Chastity in Milton's Comus, 420 sqq. The incident is very skilfully introduced here, by way of contrasting the pure Virgin Queen with the loose idle Phaedria of canto vi. 22, 5. With this description of Belphoebe, ...

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