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Essential articles for the study of Edmund Spenser,

Author: A C Hamilton
Publisher: Hamden, Conn., Archon Books, 1972.
Series: Essential articles series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hamilton, A.C. (Albert Charles), 1921-
Essential articles for the study of Edmund Spenser.
Hamden, Conn., Archon Books, 1972
(OCoLC)643525898
Named Person: Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser; Edmund Spenser
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A C Hamilton
ISBN: 0208012117 9780208012111
OCLC Number: 389709
Description: xii, 656 pages 22 cm
Contents: The faerie queene / C.S. Lewis --
C.S. Lewis and Spenser : nature, art and the Bower of bliss / N.S. Brooke --
Spenser's "Bower of bliss" and a key metaphor from Renaissance poetic / R. Nevo --
Spenser and the Revelation of St. John / John E. Hankins --
Nature and grace in The faerie queene / A.S.P. Woodhouse --
"God guide thee, Guyon" : nature and grace reconciled in The faerie queene, book II / Robert Hoopes --
The theological structure of The faerie queene, book I / Virgil K. Whitaker --
The Bower of bliss and Armida's palace / Robert M. Durling --
The Orgoglio episode in The faerie queene / S.K. Heninger, Jr. --
The image of mortality : The faerie queene, II.i-ii / Alastair Fowler --
The structure of imagery in The faerie queene / Northrop Frye --
Nature and art in The faerie queene / Millar MacLure --
The challenge to Chastity : Britomart at the House of Busyrane / Thomas P. Roche, Jr. --
Scudamour's practice of maistrye upon Amoret / A. Kent Hieatt --
Venus and Diana : some uses of myth in The faerie queene / Kathleen Williams --
Colin Clout's courtesy / R.F. Hill --
The allegory of Guyon's voyage : an interpretation / B. Nellist --
Spenser's mutabilitie / William Blissett --
The faerie queene, I and V / Frank Kermode --
The Faunus episode / Richard N. Ringler --
A secular reading of The faerie queene, Book II / Lewis H. Miller, Jr. --
The secret wit of Spenser's language / Martha Craig --
How to read The faerie queene / Paul Alpers --
The goodly frame of temperance : the metaphor of cosmos in The faerie queene, book II / James Carscallen --
Book VI as conclusion to The faerie queene / Richard Neuse --
Placement "In the middest" in The faerie queene / Michael Baybak, Paul Delany, and A. Kent Hieatt --
The faerie queen, book III : a general description / Harry Berger, Jr. --
The dragon's spark and sting and the sturcture of Red Cross's dragon-fight : The faerie queene, I.xi-xii / Carol V. Kaske --
"Nor man it is" : The Knight of Justice in book V of Spenser's faerie queene / Judith H. Anderson --
Renaissance concepts of justice and the structure of The faerie queene, book V / James E. Phillips --
Our new poet : Spenser, "Well of English undefyld" / A.C. Hamilton --
Spenser's Prothalamion : an interpretation / Harry Berger, Jr. --
An apology for Spenser's Amoretti / Waldo F. McNeir --
The triumph over hasty accidents : a note on the symbolic mode of the 'Epithalamion' / Richard Neuse --
Allegory and pastoral in The shepheardes calender / Isabel G. MacCaffrey --
The uniqueness of Spenser's Epithalamion / Wolfgang Clemen.
Series Title: Essential articles series.
Responsibility: edited by A.C. Hamilton.
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