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The Faerie Queen, Volume 1

by Edmund Spenser

Based on the version published in 1596. The purpose of this edition is to make the language of the poem readily accessible. Interruptions to consult separatedictionaries and so on are eliminated, preserving as far as possible the flow of reading and accelerating one's apprehension of the poem.

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