Queene Famous Quotes & Sayings

8 Queene Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Most critics agree with the seventeenth-century printer who gave them to the world, that the Mutabilitie Cantos seem to be part of some following book of The Faerie Queene.Janet Spens Queene Sayings By Janet Spens: Most critics agree with the seventeenth-century printer who gave them to the world, that the
Joy may you have and gentle hearts content
Of your loves couplement:
And let faire Venus, that is Queene of love,
With her heart-quelling Sonne upon you smile
Edmund Spenser Queene Sayings By Edmund Spenser: Joy may you have and gentle hearts contentOf your loves couplement:And let faire Venus, that
I own that I am disposed to say grace upon twenty other occasions in the course of the day besides my dinner. I want a form for setting out upon a pleasant walk, for a moonlight ramble, for a friendly meeting, or a solved problem. Why have we none for books, these spiritual repasts-a grace before Milton-a grace before Shakespeare-a devotional exercise proper to be said before reading The Fairie Queene?Charles Lamb Queene Sayings By Charles Lamb: I own that I am disposed to say grace upon twenty other occasions in the
he gave an account of the Spenserian world that championed its ethical attitudes as well as their fairy-tale terms, with a rich joy in the defeat of dragons, giants, sorcerers, and sorceresses by the forces of virtue; it was a world he could inhabit and believe in as one inhabits and believes a dream of one's own; its knights, dwarfs, and ladies were real to him...he rejoiced as much in the ugliness of the giants and in the beauty of the ladies as in their spiritual significances, but most of all in the ambience of the faerie forest and plain that, he said, were carpeted with a grass greener than the common stuff of ordinary glades; this was the reality of grass, only to be apprehended in poetry: the world of the imagination was nearer to the truth than the world of the senses, notwithstanding its palpable fictions, and Spenser transcended sensuality by making use of itJocelyn Gibb Queene Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: he gave an account of the Spenserian world that championed its ethical attitudes as well
For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought.Edmund Spenser Queene Sayings By Edmund Spenser: For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought.
I have at last come to the end of the Faerie Queene: and though I say "at last", I almost wish he had lived to write six books more as he had hoped to do - so much have I enjoyed it.C.S. Lewis Queene Sayings By C.S. Lewis: I have at last come to the end of the Faerie Queene: and though I
We have then, in the first part of The Faerie Queene, four of the seven deadly sins depicted in the more important passages of the four several books; those sins being much more elaborately and powerfully represented than the virtues, which are opposed to them, and which are personified in the titular heroes of the respective books. The alteration which made these personified virtues the centre each of a book was probably part of the reconstruction on the basis of Aristotle Ethics.
The nature of the debt to Aristotle suggests that Spenser did not borrow directly from the Greek, but by way of modern translations.
Janet Spens Queene Sayings By Janet Spens: We have then, in the first part of The Faerie Queene, four of the seven
Conrad placed on the title page an epigraph taken from Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene:
"Sleep after toyle, port after stormie seas,
Ease after warre, death after life, does greatly please"
This also became Conrad's epitaph.
Joseph Conrad Queene Sayings By Joseph Conrad: Conrad placed on the title page an epigraph taken from Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene:"Sleep