The Mutabilitie Cantos, Book 7
Nelson, 1968 - English poetry - 160 pages
These cantos, published posthumously, are general agreed to contain some of the finest poetry in "The Faerie Queene", and are of central importance in the study of philosophic and religious beliefs in the late sixteenth century.
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