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Which statement describes the work of Edmund Spenser? A. He was a favorite courtier of Queen Elizabeth I and was knighted for his explorations. B. He was a poet, soldier, and sailor who established England's first North American colony. C. He wrote the epic poem The Faerie Queen about knights and virtue. D. He led the Puritan revolt against the Stuart kings and was later beheaded.
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Edmund is considered one of the best English Epic writers
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One of his most known epics was The Faerie Queen, which was a poem dedicated in celebrating the Tudor Dynasty, and Elizabeth I

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