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Gather the rose of love whilst yet is time.
The Faerie Queene. Bk. III. Canto XII. St. 75.
Edmund Spenser
The Complete Poetical Works
This Student’s Cambridge Edition of the great Elizabethan poet and successor to Chaucer features critical introductions and the complete Faerie Queene.
Bartlett’s Spenser Quotations
Epitomal selections by John Bartlett.
Spenser Similes
A Ditty; Daphnaïda (excerpt); Easter; Easter; Whilst it is prime; Epithalamion; Epithalamion; Prothalamion; Prothalamion; Prothalamion; Perigot and Willie’s Roundelay; What Guile Is This?; Fair Is My Love; So Oft as I Her Beauty do Behold; Rudely Thou Wrongest My Dear Heart’s Desire; One Day I Wrote Her Name Upon the Strand; Like as the Culver, on the Bared Bough; Irish Costume; Irish Bards; The Misery of Ireland
The Poetry of Spenser
Chapter by W. J. Courthope with bibliography from the Cambridge History of English Literature.
Critical Introduction
Entry by John W. Hales from English Prose.


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