The Faerie Queene (13 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (13 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (13 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (13 of 14)
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The Faerie Queene (13 of 14)

Publication Date: November 22, 2010

Chapter: English Literature in the Sixteenth Century

In the book, Spenser describes the lady of the house as talking in such sexually explicit ways that he can't actually relate exactly what she said. That said, she's apparently the town mule and won't take no for an answer. This time, she sets her sights on Britomart, because she still hasn't figured out that our hero is a girl. Spenser then notes that, despite what the whorish princess says, Britomart feigns ignorance about every dirty thing mentioned in an effort to remain chaste.

In any event, if you're curious, there's no uncensored version of this comic - it's all complete nonsense under the blanks. I leave the lady's filthy dialog to your own imagination.

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

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