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Edmund Spenser, a reception history

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Published by Camden House in Columbia, SC, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History.,
  • English literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [203]-228) and index.

    StatementDavid Hill Radcliffe.
    SeriesLiterary criticism in perspective
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2364 .R33 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 239 p. ;
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL965561M
    ISBN 10157113073X
    LC Control Number96001890

    The Complete Works Of Edmund Spenser Edited, With a New Life and A Glossary Embracing Notes and Illustrations, By a B Grosart Vol The Poetical Works Of Edmund Spenser V1 The Poetical Works Of Edmund Spenser a New Edition, With Introductory Observations On the Faerie Queene, and Explanatory and Glossarial Notes.


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Book Description: Introduces a Renaissance masterpiece to a modern audience. This Guide will help new readers to understand and enjoy The Faerie Queene, drawing attention to its various ironies, its self-reflexive construction, its visual emphasis and the timeless ethical, political, and literary questions that it asks of all of book includes key selections from the poem (each.

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Spenser was a widower already when he wooed and won his second bride Elizabeth, and they married at Kilcolman in Ireland, in He gave her as a wedding present a book of his own love poetry, inspired by her, commemorating their courtship and celebrating her virtue and beauty.

The Epithalamion is the finale in that book. Edmund Spenser (c. - ) was an important English poet and Poet Laureate best known for The Faerie Queene, an epic poem celebrating, through fantastical allegory, the Tudor dynasty and Elizabeth I.

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Product Information: Originally published between andthe eleven-volume Works of Edmund Spenser collects The Faerie Queene along with Spenser's minor poems, prose works, and Alexander C. Judson's The Life of Edmund Rating: % positive. Written by a team of international experts, the forty-two essays in The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser examine the entire canon of Spenser's work and the social and intellectual environments in which it was produced, providing new readings of the texts, extensive analysis of former criticism, and up-to-date bibliographies.

Section I, 'Contexts', elucidates the circumstances in which the. Edmund Spenser was born in or No documentation exists to establish his exact date of birth, but the year is known in part due to Spenser's own poetry.

In Amoretti Son Spenser writes that he is forty-one years old. We know this poem was published in (and written only shortly prior to its publication), so the year of his. Orders sent UPS will have tracking emailed to you.

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Any book over $ must be .Free 2-day shipping. Buy Edmund Spenser and the Eighteenth-Century Book at   English poet. His major work is the allegorical epic The Faerie Queene, of which six books survive (three published in and three in ).Other books include The Shepheard's Calendar (), Astrophel (), the love sonnets Amoretti, and the marriage poem Epithalamion ().

Born in London, Spenser was the son of a Lancashire clothmaker. He was educated at .