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The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser

Author: Richard A McCabe
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Series: Oxford handbooks of literature.
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The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser examines the entire canon of Spenser's work & the social & intellectual environments in which it was produced. It explores technical matters of style, language, & metre, the poet's use of sources & subtexts, & the reception of his work amongst editors, critics, writers, & visual artists.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard A McCabe
ISBN: 9780199227365 9780198709671 0198709676 0199227365
OCLC Number: 500823025
Description: xxiii, 826 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Spenser's life / Willy Maley --
Spenser and religion / Claire McEachern --
Spenser and politics / David Baker --
Spenser's secretarial career / Christopher Burlinson and Andrew Zurcher --
Spenser, plantation, and government policy / Ciaran Brady --
Spenser's patrons and publishers / Wayne Erickson --
Spenser's biographers / Paul D. Stegner --
A theatre for worldlings (1569) / Tom MacFaul --
The shepheardes calender (1579) / Clare Kinney --
Letters (1580) / Joseph Campana --
The faerie queene (1590) / Linda Gregerson --
Complaints and Daphnaïda (1591) / Mark David Rasmussen --
Colin Clouts come home againe, Astrophel, and The doleful lay of Clorinda (1595) / Patrick Cheney --
Amoretti and Epithalamion (1595) / Roland Greene --
The faerie queene (1596) / Elizabeth Jane Bellamy --
Fowre hymnes and Prothalamion (1596) / David Lee Miller --
A vewe of the presente state of Ireland (1596, 1633) / Elizabeth Fowler --
Two cantos of mutabilitie (1609) / Gordon Teskey --
"Lost Works," suppositious pieces, and continuations / Joseph Black and Lisa Celovsky --
Spenser's language(s) : linguistic theory and poetic diction / Dorothy Stephens --
Spenser's metrics / Jeff Dolven --
Spenser's genres / Colin Burrow --
Spenser and rhetoric / Peter Mack --
Allegory, emblem, and symbol / Kenneth Borris --
Authorial self-presentation / Richard A. McCabe --
Spenser and the Bible / Carol V. Kaske --
Spenser and classical literature / Syrithe Pugh --
Spenser and classical philosophy / Andrew Escobedo --
Spenser and history / Bart van Es --
Spenser, Chaucer, and medieval romance / Andrew King --
Spenser and neo-Latin literature / Lee Piepho --
Spenser and sixteenth-century poetics / Elizabeth Heale --
Spenser and Italian literature / Jason Lawrence --
Spenser and French literature / Anne Lake Prescott --
Spenser's textual history / Joe Loewenstein --
Spenser's literary influence / Michelle O'Callaghan --
Spenser and the visual arts / Claire Preston --
The formalist tradition / David Wilson-Okamura --
The historicist tradition in Spenser studies / John D. Staines --
Spenser and gender studies / Theresa Krier --
Psychoanalytical criticism / Elizabeth D. Harvey --
Postcolonial Spenser / Andrew Hadfield.
Series Title: Oxford handbooks of literature.
Other Titles: Edmund Spenser
Responsibility: edited by Richard A. McCabe.
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