The Faerie Queene Summary and Analysis: Book IV, Proem-Canto vi

Edmund Spenser

Summary and Analysis: Book IV, Proem-Canto vi

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Agape: A Faerie with much knowledge of nature who has extended the lives of her three sons.

Ate: The mother of all discord, war, and debate.

Blandamour: A false and fickle Knight who accompanies Duessa.

Cambell: A good, true, and fierce Knight whose sister is Canacee.

Cambina: Triamond’s sister, a student of magic.

Canacee: Cambell’s wise and intelligent sister who refused to love any man, instead obeying the governance of her mind.

Care: A blacksmith who makes iron wedges of unquiet thoughts that invade peaceful minds.

Man in Castle: A man who lives in an area where if a man does not have a woman by...

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