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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-510

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510 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE Some critics complain that in Spenser all is allegory beautiful masks and shadows of things and that the ad- ventures he describes could never be undertaken by man others again complain that the poem is defective because the poet is continually passing from the allegorical to the real and historical Examine and answer these objections 10 Trace out briefly the historical meaning of the poem and the picture it gives of the Reformation under Henry VIII II -&I afeSprarc femrp TOH An Essay on the character of Henry VIII as it appeared to Sbakspeare and his contemporaries jj In this Essay the writer is to confine himself for his facts and illustrations to the Play of Henry Fill III ϊ ί paprr on 3Πμ 3£Wgn of turn £lt'$abtti set for tlje nglts &ri 0larsi tp for iKoUtrn Snstorj VI Department of ffimcral Utterature an& Scctencr CLASSICAL SCHOLARSHIPS -CranSlate into Eattn JProSt They had now been above three weeks at sea they had pro- ceeded far beyond what former navigators had attempted or deemed possible all their prognostics of discovery drawn from the flight of birds and other circumstances had proved fallacious the appearance of land with which their own ere- dulity or the artifice of their commander had from time to time flattered and amused them had been altogether illusive and their prospect of success seemed now to be as distant as ever These
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