Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual
Though the subtitle indicates an attempt to include other voices from the era, The Faerie Queene and its creator Edmund Spenser (1522-99) still hold center stage. The seven full papers include discussions of rhythm and interval in his stanzaic narrative, his dragon and the law, Pastorella's allegorical homecoming and closure in the 1596 Faerie Quee
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Rhythm and Interval in Spensers Stanzaic
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