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The poetical works of Edmund Spenser.

Title
The poetical works of Edmund Spenser.
Author
Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599
Publication
London : William Pickering, 1839.

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Additional Authors
  • Mitford, John, 1781-1859
  • Pickering, William, 1796-1854
  • Whittingham, Charles, 1795-1876
Description
5 v. : port.; 17cm.
Series Statement
The Aldine edition of the British poets
Uniform Title
Aldine edition of the British poets
Alternative Title
Poems of Edmund Spenser in five volumes
Subjects
Genre/Form
Poetry
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references (in the Life of Edmund Spenser).
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
v. I. Introductory sonnets / J.M. ; The life of Edmund Spenser / by the Rev. J. Mitford ; The faerie queene. [Author's preliminaries] ; Book I-II -- v. II. The faerie queene. Book II (continued)-IV -- v. III. The faerie queene. Book IV (continued)-VI -- v. IV. The faerie queene. Book VI (continued) ; Miscellanies. Colin Clouts come home againe ; Virgils gnat ; The shepheards calendar : containing twelve aeglogues, proportionable to the twelve months -- v. V. Fowre hymnes. An hymne in honour of love ; An hymne in honour of beautie ; An hymne of heavenly love ; An hymne of heavenly beautie ; Three visions. The visions of Petrarch, formerly translated ; The visions of Bellay ; Visions of the worlds vanitie ; Prosopoia, or, Mother Hubbafds tale ; Prothalamoin, or, A spousall verse ; Epithalamion ; Poems ; Amoretti, or sonnets ; Daphnaida : an elegie upon the death of the most noble and valorous knight, Sir Philip Sidney ; The doleful lay of Clorinda ; The mourning music of Thestylis ; A pastoral eglogue upon the death of Sir Phillip Sidney ; An elegie, or Friends passion for his Astrophil ; An epitaph upon the Right Honourable Sir Phillip Sidney ; Another of the same ; The teares of the Muses ; The ruines of Rome ; The ruines of time ; Muipotmos, or, The fate of the butterflie ; Brittain's Ida.
OCLC
  • 747894
  • SCSB-11770048
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library