Sir Calepine is the knight of the lady Serena. When Serena is wounded by the Blatant Beast and Calepine tries to carry her across a river, Sir Turpine just watches them and laughs. He continues to have conflict with Sir Turpine until at last Arthur defeats the rude Turpine and takes away his knightly equipment.
Sir Calepine Quotes in The Faerie Queene
The The Faerie Queene quotes below are all either spoken by Sir Calepine or refer to Sir Calepine. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:).
Book VI: Canto VII Quotes
And after all, for greater infamie,
He by the heeles him hung upon a tree,
And baffuld so, that all which passed by,
The picture of his punishment might see,
And by the like ensample warned bee
Sir Calepine Character Timeline in The Faerie Queene
The timeline below shows where the character Sir Calepine appears in The Faerie Queene. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Book VI: Canto III
Book VI: Canto IV
Book VI: Canto V
Book VI: Canto VIII
...from Disdain and Scorn, after seeing how they captured Timias. She blames her knight Sir Calepine for leaving her in such a piteous state. Eventually she gets tired and falls asleep,... (full context)