C.S. Lewis once said, while writing of The Fairie Queene, that ``no prig can be a Spenserian.`` There is consequently wisdom in this book for those who are part of the developing classical Christian movement. Classical enthusiasts, unless they watch themselves, can fall prey to the temptations of schoolmarmish priggeries. The antidote for this includes knights, dragons and fair ladies. Inquire within. More information for this book can be found in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature.