EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY 879 POETRY & DRAMA BY EDMUND SPENSER

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EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY 879 POETRY & DRAMA BY EDMUND SPENSER
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Edmund Spenser was born in 1552 in East Smithfield, London, England. He was a poet best known for The faerie Queene, an epic poem celebrating the Tudor dynasty and Elizabeth 1. Everyman's Library contains a list of England's most prestigious poems of its century.

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FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1932, LAST REPRINTED 1956

  • Author: Edmund Spenser
  • Pages: 376
  • Published: London J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.
  • Edited: Philip Henderson
  • Made: In Great Britain, The Aldine Press
  • SKU: Reade98

    Chapters Include

  • The Shepherd's Calendar
  • The Ruin of Rome
  • Four Hymns

    THE ORIGINAL 1956 COPY

    BY EDMUND SPENSER

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    Product Name EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY 879 POETRY & DRAMA BY EDMUND SPENSER
    Short Description Edmund Spenser was born in 1552 in East Smithfield, London, England. He was a poet best known for The faerie Queene, an epic poem celebrating the Tudor dynasty and Elizabeth 1. Everyman's Library contains a list of England's most prestigious poems of its century.

    DESCRIPTION

    FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1932, LAST REPRINTED 1956

  • Author: Edmund Spenser
  • Pages: 376
  • Published: London J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.
  • Edited: Philip Henderson
  • Made: In Great Britain, The Aldine Press
  • SKU: Reade98

    Chapters Include

  • The Shepherd's Calendar
  • The Ruin of Rome
  • Four Hymns

    THE ORIGINAL 1956 COPY

    BY EDMUND SPENSER

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