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Faerie Queen By George Curtis
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A young girl lives in an enchanted forest all on her own. One day she comes across a clue to a hidden mystery,and has adventures and romance and sex while looking for the answers. There are some... More > rather naughty bits in it, so it is not for children.< Less
The Faerie Queen By George Curtis
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Just for fun, a fantasy story of a girl who lives alone in an enchanted forest. It has a few naughty bits, so it is not for the children. The girl stumbles on a clue to a secret treasure, and has one... More > or two adventures while solving the clues.< Less
Stories from the Faerie Queen By Edmund Spenser, Jeanie Lang
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More than three hundred years ago there lived in England a poet named Edmund Spenser. He was brave and true and gentle, and he loved all that was beautiful and good. Edmund Spenser wrote many poems,... More > and the most beautiful of all is the one called ‘The Faerie Queen.’ He loved so dearly all things that are beautiful and all things that are good, that his eyes could see Fairyland more clearly than the eyes of other men ever could. There are many, many stories in ‘The Faerie Queen,’ and out of them all I have told you only eight. Some day you will read the others for yourself. In this little book Miss Rose Le Quesne has made one pretty picture for each story. But when you are old enough to read for yourself ‘The Faerie Queen’ that Edmund Spenser wrote, you will find that there is a picture on every page.< Less
The Faerie Queen's Journal By Rhiannon Carter
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The Faerie Queen's Journal A collection of poems conjured out of the fae mind of the Faerie Queen A chaotic collection of poetry inspired by many things, but what else would you expect from the mind... More > of such an elusive nymph? Biographical, gothic, erotic and even humourous poems to keep one amused.< Less
The Faerie Queen's Journal By Rhiannon Carter
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The Faerie Queen's Journal A collection of poems conjured out of the fae mind of the Faerie Queen A chaotic collection of poetry inspired by many things, but what else would you expect from the mind... More > of such an elusive nymph? Biographical, gothic, erotic and even humourous poems to keep one amused.< Less
Tea with the Faerie Queen By Medora Fraga
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On a unexpected adventure started by kindness Lilly finds herself in the mist of faeries and dragons. Seeing the world in a new light she is invited to tea with the Faerie Queen, making friendships... More > and bonds that will last a life time. Changing her life forever as the fabric between to worlds is unveiled, shedding light on something new and full of magic.< Less
Stories from The Faerie Queen By Jeanie Lang
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More than three hundred years ago there lived in England a poet named Edmund Spenser. He was brave and true and gentle, and he loved all that was beautiful and good. Edmund Spenser wrote many poems,... More > and the most beautiful of all is the one called ‘The Faerie Queen.’ He loved so dearly all things that are beautiful and all things that are good, that his eyes could see Fairyland more clearly than the eyes of other men ever could. There are many, many stories in ‘The Faerie Queen,’ and out of them all I have told you only eight. Some day you will read the others for yourself. In this little book Miss Rose Le Quesne has made one pretty picture for each story. But when you are old enough to read for yourself ‘The Faerie Queen’ that Edmund Spenser wrote, you will find that there is a picture on every page.< Less
Stories from The Faerie Queen By Jeanie Lang
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More than three hundred years ago there lived in England a poet named Edmund Spenser. He was brave and true and gentle, and he loved all that was beautiful and good. Edmund Spenser wrote many poems,... More > and the most beautiful of all is the one called ‘The Faerie Queen.’ He loved so dearly all things that are beautiful and all things that are good, that his eyes could see Fairyland more clearly than the eyes of other men ever could. There are many, many stories in ‘The Faerie Queen,’ and out of them all I have told you only eight. Some day you will read the others for yourself. In this little book Miss Rose Le Quesne has made one pretty picture for each story. But when you are old enough to read for yourself ‘The Faerie Queen’ that Edmund Spenser wrote, you will find that there is a picture on every page.< Less
Stories from the Faerie Queene By Mary Macleod
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Spenser's The Faerie Queene is one of the masterpieces of English poetry, and certainly part of the literary pedigree that culminated in Tolkien. However, the original text is very difficult to... More > follow for modern readers because of the archaic language and spelling. To the rescue comes Mary Macleod. Her late Victorian retelling in straightforward modern English allows one to plow through Spenser's intricate and allegorical plot. If you are planning to read the Faerie Queene, or want to understand the narrative but don't have the time or patience to tangle with an epic poem in early modern English, you've come to the right place.< Less
Stories From The Faerie Queene By Mary Macleod
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Spenser's The Faerie Queene is one of the masterpieces of English poetry, and certainly part of the literary pedigree that culminated in Tolkien. However, the original text is very difficult to... More > follow for modern readers because of the archaic language and spelling. To the rescue comes Mary Macleod. Her late Victorian retelling in straightforward modern English allows one to plow through Spenser's intricate and allegorical plot. If you are planning to read the Faerie Queene, or want to understand the narrative but don't have the time or patience to tangle with an epic poem in early modern English, you've come to the right place.< Less