The Faerie Queene

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  19. ^ Spenser, “Letter of the Authors”: “For considering she beareth two persons, the one of a most royall Queene or Empresse, the other of a most vertuous and beautifull Lady, this latter part in some places I doe expresse in Belphoebe”
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