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CHAPTER VI
THE LATER ELIZABETHANS

A chapelet on her head she wore,
Hey ho chapelet,
Of sweete violets therein was store,
She sweeter than the violet.
My sheep did leave theyr wonted foode,
Hey ho seely sheepe,
And gazed on her, as they were wood,1
Woode as he, that did them keepe.

These poems of Spenser's were so much better than any others written since Chaucer's day that all the lovers of poetry were interested, and poet." Spenser was often spoken of as the "new poet." He was without means, and by influence of his friends a government position was obtained for him in Ireland. A few months before he went on board the vessel that was to bear him across the Irish Sea, he wrote to an old school friend to return a little package of manuscript which had been lent him to read, and " whyche I pray you heartily send me with al expedition," he said. The little package was to return to England some ten years later, but much was to happen in the literary world before that came to pass.
In the first place, pastorals became so much the fashion that there was even a rewriting of old poems, so that "youths and maidens " mightappear as " swains and nymphs" or

1 mad.

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