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Corin

the faithful shepherdess; called “the Virgin of the Grove.” [Br. Lit.: “The Faithful Shepherdess” in Brewer Handbook, 234]
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Brute's son Corineus wrestled with the giant Gogmagog near Dover, and, as Holinshed tells it, "cast him downe headlong from one of the rocks there, thus winning the battle against the old order of giants.
20) The quarto of Locrine (1594) (21) begins with the spectacle of Ate, an underworld figure, entering with thunder and lightning (A3r), and later in the play the ghost of Corineus enters with the same special effects, describing them and their implications: