The Faerie Queene (2 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (2 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (2 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (2 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (2 of 14)

Publication Date: November 4, 2010

Chapter: English Literature in the Sixteenth Century

The fair princess challenges the clown, claiming that unless he can suit up, he's not worth her time. Upon actually slipping the equipment on, the zero is suddenly a hero, as if the armor were laced with magic sexual pheromones. To wit: after he puts on the armor, he is "well liked" by the lady. In medieval romantic terms, this means they'll be boning in three pages.

Author: Edmund Spenser • Year: 1590 • Info: Wikipedia

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