Spenser's Amoretti and Epithalamion Questions & Answers
Edmund Spenser wrote the Amoretti (Italian for "Cupids") ostensibly to woo Elizabeth Boyle, a young lady whom he met during his tenure in Ireland. Spenser shared these poems with Elizabeth for over a year before she consented to marry him. The sonnets follow a progression from Spenser as desperate…
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