The Shepheards Calender Maye Eclogue

The scholar Paul E. McLane sought to identify dozens of Spenser's allegorical figures and topical allusions and has pinned down several: Colin Clout is Spenser himself or the English people as a whole; Rosalind is usually Queen Elizabeth. The forms of the various eclogues also vary. "Januarye," for instance, features a six-line stanza, which reappears again in "October" and "December." "Aprill" offers a marvelously lyrical "laye" [lay] in honor of the Queen composed of linked quatrains made to frame the emblematic ode at the center.

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