Spenser in the Moment

Spenser in the Moment

Spenser in the Moment argues that contrary to anyone’s expectation, Spenser studies may be on the brink of a revolution. Bringing together scholars from three continents, it surveys established methods—classical reception, book history, Spenser’s religious historicism, diving deep into Spenser’s musicality—and then makes the case that there may be whole worlds of Spenser that have been nearly unsee-able or unhearable in the past forty years.

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Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (November 05, 2015)

Parent ISBN: 9781611476842

Page count: 244 pages

Language: English

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