The Faerie Queene (11 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (11 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (11 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (11 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (11 of 14)

Publication Date: November 18, 2010

Chapter: English Literature in the Sixteenth Century

So, Redcrosse and Britomart go off riding to a castle, and no one seems to have noticed that Britomart has boobs. Seriously. Arthur and whatshisface noticed she was a woman almost immediately, so why is everyone else so dense? Does she have a weirdly deep voice? Is she actually far manlier than I'm willing to draw her? Is she just wearing tons of armor, even to feasts in this castle

Of course, pointing out the logic gaps in these stories is really kind of silly by now. Either you roll with it or you don't. For the time being, we'll roll with it.

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

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