The faerie qveene
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Book I is complete, proofread, edited and has references on the left hand side
Books II, III, V, VI are complete but uncorrected
Book IV lacks the last two cantos
Book VII consists of cantos vi, vii and viii only, and is uncorrected
Old spelling retained
i always used for j
Transcribed from: Spenser's Faerie queene / edited by J.C. Smith. -- Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1909. -- 2 v. -- Contents: Vol. 1. Books 1-3 -- v. 2. Books 4-7. -- (The poetical works of Edmund Spenser ; v. 2-3).
Mode of access: Online. OTA website
Title proper taken from electronic text
From the depositor: "Book IV has the last two cantos missing ... Book VII consists of cantos vi, vii and viii only"
Spenser's poem only consists of six books. The title of the text to which the compiler refers as Book VII is: Two cantos of mvtabilitie : which for forme and matter, appeare to be parcell of some following Booke of the Faerie qveene, under the legend of Constancie : never before imprinted