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Reading Notes: Faerie Queene Britomart: Reading B

  The Enchanted Chamber I thought the characters in this story were very interesting, but I couldn't tell if they were real or just created by the Enchanter. I liked that some of the characters personified emotions, similar to how later characters personified strife and falsehood. The interactions between some of the characters, like fear and danger or pleasure and displeasure, were cool to see and show how the author views these emotions. The outfits of each character revealed more about their personalities, like Danger's weapons Mischief and Mischance, Hope's phial of dew that grants favors, and Pleasure and Displeasure's honeybee and wasp. I didn't quite understand why the creature who symbolized love took pleasure in the suffering and captivity of Amoret. If the character represents the Enchanter's love, I thought it would be unhappy since he doesn't truly love her. This might show that his love is possessive and untrue. My favorite characters that I mig

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