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" If you ask then, what is this Unity of Spenser's Poem ? I say, It consists in the relation of it's several adventures to one common original, the appointment of the Faery Queen ; and to one common end, the completion of the Faery Queen's injunctions. "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 91
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1763
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Moral and political dialogues: being the substance of several conversations ...

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1765
...Unity of SPENSER'S Poem? I fay, It confiftsin the relation of its feveral adventures to one common original, the appointment of the Faery Queen ; and...one common end, the completion of the Faery Queen's injunftions. The knights iffued forth on their adventures on the breaking up of this annual feaft::...
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Dialogues VII, VIII. On the uses of foreign travel. Lord Shaftesbury, Mr ...

Richard Hurd - Dialogue - 1788
...original, the appointment of the Fairy >ueen ; and to one common end, the . completion of the Fairy Queen's injunctions. The knights iflued forth on their...annual feaft: and the next annual feaft, we are to fnppofe, is to bring them together again from the atchievement of their feveral : charges. THIS, it...
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The works of Edmund Spenser, Volume 2

Edmund Spenser - Poetry - 1805 - 502 pages
...Queene; and to one common end, the completion of the Faerie Queene's injunctions. The knights iffued forth on their adventures on the breaking up of this...fuppofe, is to 'bring them together again from the achievement of their feveral charges. This, it is true, is not the claffick Unity, 'which confifts...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Volumes 1-8

Edmund Spenser, Henry John Todd - 1805
...Queene; and to one common end, the completion of the Faerie Queene's injunctions. The knights iffued forth on their adventures on the breaking up of this...fuppofe, is to bring them together again from the achievement of their feveral charges. This, it is true, is not the claffick Unity, which confifts in...
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Hurd's Letters on chivalry and romance, with The third Elizabethan dialogue

Richard Hurd - Literary Criticism - 1911 - 176 pages
...Unity of Spenser's Poem ? I say, It consists in the relation of it's several adventures to one common original, the appointment of the Faery Queen ; and...completion of the Faery Queen's injunctions. The knights issued forth on their adventures on the breaking up of this annual feast; and the next annual feast,...
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