The Spoiling of Princes: Artegall Thwarted, Calidore Confused
This chapter focuses on how the allegory of justice in Book V of The Faerie Queene is centred around Spenser's Irish experience. Artegall's quest for justice begins and ends in Ireland; in between, there are numerous key representations of the Irish at significant points, constantly reminding the reader that discussions of concepts such as justice cannot be considered in an abstract manner, a lesson Irenius had to teach Eudoxus in A View.
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