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In Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, each major character embodies one virtue or quality, with all of those virtues together characterizing a noble person. What kind of work is this? A. a mock epic B. a satire C. a romance ***D. an allegory
Not sure if you've read The Faerie Queene, but I believe I'm right with my choice.

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Why is this question in the mathematics section?
I had asked if someone could help me in English. The reason why its in the Math is because I couldn't find help. So I'm here looking for help instead...
Go to the "literature" section.

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