Edmund Spenser Robert Kellogg Oliver Steele
Faerie Queene: The Mutability Cantos and Selections from the Minor Poems, Bks. 1 and 2
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Faerie Queene The Mutability Cantos and Selections from the Minor Poems Bks and None

  • Title: Faerie Queene: The Mutability Cantos and Selections from the Minor Poems, Bks. 1 and 2
  • Author: Edmund Spenser Robert Kellogg Oliver Steele
  • ISBN: 9780672630347
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Mary Nguyen says:

      Spenser writes the most wonderfully shocking gory scenes! Devil baby snakes that gorge themselves on their dead mother and then explodes because they won't stop eating her?! I guess just crazy to find scenes like these fantastic.But dude. Someone give Spenser a fucking grammar lesson!!! Pronouns have no antecedent so half the time I'm like "who the hell does 'he,she' actually refer to?!?" It's confusing as hell when you don't know who the narrator is talking about!!

    2. Kate says:

      I only read the first book for class, and it was pretty tedious. I guess I had thought from the title that it might be a little lighter reading, about faeries and such. No, it's more along the lines of Arthurian legend. But more boring.

    3. Lance says:

      I use TFQ in class. The first two or three books, only. I have come to admire Spencer's sweeping allegorical vision, but even more, his nuts and bolts skill with verse. This is the great allegory in our language, beautifully written and still relevant.

    4. Michael says:

      I think I like Italian Epic Poetry more than English Epic Poetry.

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