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Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queen

Plato to MacDonald to Chesterton, Tolkien and the Boys in the Pub.

Re: Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queen

Postby Tuke » 14 Mar 2010, 21:23

Ladysherlockian, I agree with Adam's comment. Additionally, Lewis and Tolkien both wrote compelling articles about fairy stories which may be helpful to your purpose.
"The 'great golden chain of Concord' has united the whole of Edmund Spenser's world.... Nothing is repressed; nothing is insubordinate. To read him is to grow in mental health." The Allegory Of Love (Faerie Queene)

2 Corinthians IV.17 The Weight of Glory
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