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The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser. Genres of The Faerie Queene. Epic Influenced by Virgilian tradition Mirrors contemporary European poets: Arisosto, Tasso, Camoens Influences on: John Milton, Paradise Lost William Blake, Jerusalem Alfred Lord Tennyson, Idylls of the King

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    1. The Faerie Queeneby Edmund Spenser

    2. Genres of The Faerie Queene • Epic • Influenced by Virgilian tradition • Mirrors contemporary European poets: Arisosto, Tasso, Camoens • Influences on: • John Milton, Paradise Lost • William Blake, Jerusalem • Alfred Lord Tennyson, Idylls of the King • Chivalric Romance • Allegory • Religious • Historical • Courtesy Book: the moral formation of the ideal Protestant Gentleman • Propaganda • Fantasy • Influences on J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis • Games of Illusion and Delusion – watch disguises!

    3. The Spenserian stanza is a fixed verse form. Each stanza contains nine lines in total: eight lines in iambic pentameter followed by a single 'Alexandrine' line in iambic hexameter. The rhyme scheme of these lines is "ababbcbcc." The Spenserian Stanza

    4. Booke I The Legende of the Knight of the Red Crosse, or of Holinesse

    5. Sir Guyon and the Palmer by Thomas Danby Booke II The Legend of Sir Guyon, or of Temperance

    6. Britomart Unarmingby Frederick Richard Pickersgill Booke III The Legend of Britomartis, of of Chastitie

    7. Cambel and Telamond (Triamond) battle Sir Satyrane Booke IV The Legend of Cambel and Telamond, of Friendship

    8. Sir Artegall slaying the monster Chrysaor Booke V The Legend of Artegall, or of Justice

    9. Sir Calidore overthrows the Blatant BeastbyFrank C. Papé Booke VI The Legend of St. Calidore, or of Courtesie

    10. Prince Arthur and the Faerie Queenby Johann Heinrich Füseli

    11. Booke VII: Two Cantos of Mutabilitie

    12. Booke I The Legende of the Knight of the Red Crosse, or of Holinesse

    13. AbessaSuperstitionCorcecaBlindnessKirkrapineChurchthief Prince Arthur Dwarf Archimagodisguised as RC UnaTruth DwarfPrudence Sans LoyWithout Loyalty CLEOPOLISCourt of theFaerie QueeneGloriana HermitArchimagoHypocrisy Error Sir Satyrane HOUSE OF PRIDELucifera &7 Deadly Sins Red CrosseKnightHoliness(St. George) Sans FoyWithout Faith Fidessa/Duessa Sans JoyWithoutJoy Orgoglio PrideDUNGEON Kingdom ofDarknessNight Fradubio HADES

    14. Cave of Despaire

    15. Fidelia and Speranza byBenjamin West House of Hope Dame CaeliaHeavenlyFideliaFaithSperanzaHopeCharissaCharity Holy Hospitall HermitageContemplation

    16. Vision of the “New Jerusalem”

    17. St. George of England

    18. Unaand the Red Cross Knight by George Frederic Watts

    19. Return to Una’s Kingdom of Eden

    20. The Slaying of the Dragon 3 Day Battle After 1st day: revivedby Well of Life After 2nd day: revived by Tree of Life 3rd day: slays the Dragon with thrust into his fiery mouth

    21. Betrothal of Una and Red Crosse – threatened by Archimago

    22. Return to the Faery Court