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... wound And steale away the crowne of their good name ; With which the squire
in her defence her sore Ne ever knight fo bold , ne ever dame altound . So chast
and loyatl liv'd , but the would strive With forged cause them falsely to defame ...
... but all in vaine ; The iuyce whereof unto his wound he wrought , For he would
not his greedie gripe forgoc , And stopt the bleeding straight , ere he it launched
But hayld and puld with all his might and thought . maine , That from his steed
No wound , which warlike hand of enemy For whylome he had bene a doughty
knight , Indicts with dint of sword , so fore doth light , As any one that lived in his
daies , As doth the poyfnous fting which infamy And proved oft in many perillous ...
So deadly was the dint , and deep the wound , Which when she faw , she staied
not a whit , And so huge streams of blood thereout did | But after him did make
untimely halte ; flow , Forth - with her ghost out of her corps did fit , That he
And never wound the heart with lock , aza : Who , like a king perplexed in his
throde , Now she unweaves the web that she had wrought , By their suggeitions
gives a deadly groan Adonis lives , and Death is not to blame : It was not the that
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This Author is my favorite one. I have been reading his boks from a long time. I like the way he presented the real life stories and created the real image in the readers mind in such a deep extent that reader feels as he/she is leaving the story not reading the story. He used to pick the social problems of the time that still set an example for the people of this time too.