Edmund Spenser, born in 1552 in England, was a renowned poet and writer during the Elizabethan era. He is best known for his epic poem, “The Faerie Queene,” which is considered one of the greatest works of English literature. Spenser’s writing style is characterized by his use of allegory and intricate poetic devices. His works often explore themes of chivalry, virtue, and the idealized vision of the Elizabethan court. Spenser’s influence on the genre can be seen through his innovative use of language and his contribution to the development of English poetry. Some of his notable works include “Amoretti,” “Epithalamion,” and “Astrophel.”

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