The faerie queene is an english epic poem by edmund spenser books i iii were first published in 1590 then republished in 1596 together with books iv vi the faerie queene is notable for its form it is one of the longest poems in the english language it is also the work in which spenser invented the verse form known as the spenserian stanza. Spensers masterpiece the faerie queene 1590 96 is an epic of protestant nationalism in which the villains are the poem derives its form from the italian romance for example in the division into books and cantos and the inventive energy of the entrelacement the continually bifurcating and infolded narrative. The faerie queene is an english epic poem by edmund spenser the poem was first published in 1590 a longer version of the poem was published in 1596 this version of the poem is in six parts or books. The faerie queene was written over the course of about a decade by edmund spenser he published the first three books in 1590 then the next four books plus revisions to the first three in 1596 it was originally intended to be twelve books long with each book detailing a specific christian virtue in its central character
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