The Faerie Queene Book 2

Edmund SPENSER (1552 - 1599)


The Second Booke of the Faerie Queene contayning The Legende of Sir Guyon or of Tempaurance. The Faerie Queene was never completed, but it continues to be one of the most beautiful and important works of literature ever written. Spenser wrote it as a paean to the Virgin Queen Elizabeth, and to the golden age which she had brought to England. Sponsored by Sir Walter Raleigh and commended by the foremost literary minds of his day, Spenser's book remains one of the crowning poetic achievements of the Elizabethan period.(Summary by Annise)

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Language: English

Group: Faerie Queene, The

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 bk2_00 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Prologue MorganScorpion
00:03:26
Play 02 bk2_01 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 01 Moira Fogarty
00:34:41
Play 03 bk2_02 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 02 MorganScorpion
00:34:41
Play 04 bk2_03 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 03 MorganScorpion
00:21:10
Play 05 bk2_04 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 04 Alan Brown
00:21:28
Play 06 bk2_05 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 05 Alan Brown
00:26:43
Play 07 bk2_06 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 06 Alan Brown
00:21:19
Play 08 bk2_07 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 07 hefyd
00:29:29
Play 09 bk2_08 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 08 Alan Brown
00:31:46
Play 10 bk2_09 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 09 Alan Brown
00:31:33
Play 11 bk2_10 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 10 Jhiu
00:34:26
Play 12 bk2_11 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 11 Alan Brown
00:44:27
Play 13 bk2_12 - The Legende of Sir Guyon - Canto 12 Alan Brown
00:27:47