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Through thicke and thin, both over banck and bush, / In hope her to attaine by hooke or crooke.
Book III. Canto I. Stanza XVII, ll. 194–5.
Edmund
Spenser
The Complete Poetical Works
 
Edmund Spenser
 
This Student's Cambridge Edition of the great Elizabethan poet and successor to Chaucer features critical introductions and the complete Faerie Queene.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Preface    Biographical Sketch
 
EDITED BY R. E. NEIL DODGE

BOSTON & NEW YORK: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN Co., 1908
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2010
 
The Shepheardes Calender
   Critical Introduction    Epistle    The Generall Argument of the Whole Booke
 Januarye    Februarie    March    Aprill    Maye    June    Julye    August    September    October    November    December
 
Complaints
   Critical Introduction
 The Ruines of Time
 The Teares of the Muses
 Virgils Gnat
 Prosopopoia, or Mother Hubberds Tale
 Ruines of Rome: by Bellay
 Muiopotmos, or the Fate of the Butterflie
 Visions of the Worlds Vanitie
 The Visions of Bellay
 The Visions of Petrarch
 
The Faerie Queene
   Critical Introduction    A Letter of the Authors    Commendatory Verses    Dedicatory Sonnets
 
  Book I. The Legend of the Knight of the Red Crosse
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book II. The Legend of Sir Guyon
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book III. The Legend of Britomartis
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book IV. The Legend of Cambel and Triamond
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book V. The Legend of Artegall
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book VI. The Legend of Sir Calidore
   Canto I    Canto II    Canto III    Canto IV    Canto V    Canto VI    Canto VII    Canto VIII    Canto IX    Canto X    Canto XI    Canto XII
  Book VII. Two Cantos of Mutabilitie
   Canto VI    Canto VII
 
Daphnaïda
 
Colin Clouts Come Home Againe
 
Astrophel
 Astrophel
 The Mourning Muse of Thestylis
 A Pastorall Aeglogue upon the Death of Sir Phillip Sidney, Knight, &c.
 An Elegie, or Friends Passion, for His Astrophill
 An Epitaph upon the Right Honourable Sir Phillip Sidney, Knight: Lord Governor of Flushing
 Another of the Same
 
Amoretti and Epithalamion
   G. W. Senior, to the Author
 Amoretti
 Epithalamion
 
Fowre Hymnes
 An Hymne in Honour of Love
 An Hymne in Honour of Beautie
 An Hymne of Heavenly Love
 An Hymne of Heavenly Beautie
 
Prothalamion
 
Commendatory Sonnets


 
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