Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual
Anne Lake Prescott, Thomas P. Roche, William A. Oram
Ams PressInc, 2003 - Poetry - 306 pages
This volume looks at: the life of Virgil and the aspiration of the New Poet; the secret faith of Spenser's Saracens; despair and the proportion of the self; despair and the composition of the Self; succession anxieties and the wandering suitor in Spenser's Faerie Queene; and more.
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The Life of Virgil and the Aspiration of the New Poet
The Secret Faith of Spensers Saracens
Despair and the Proportion of the Self
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