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The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser, edited by Richard A. McCabe

Label
The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser
Title
The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard A. McCabe
Title variation
Edmund Spenser
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser examines the entire canon of Spenser's work & the social & intellectual environments in which it was produced. It explores technical matters of style, language, & metre, the poet's use of sources & subtexts, & the reception of his work amongst editors, critics, writers, & visual artists
Member of
Cataloging source
UKM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PR2364
LC item number
.O94 2010
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1954-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
McCabe, Richard A.
Series statement
Oxford handbooks of literature.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Spenser, Edmund
  • Werk
Label
The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser, edited by Richard A. McCabe
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Andrew Zurcher & Chris Burlinson
  • Spenser, plantation, and government policy
  • Ciaran Brady
  • Spenser's patrons and publishers
  • Wayne Erickson
  • Spenser's biographers
  • Paul D. Stegner -- Works.
  • A theatre for worldlings (1569)
  • Tom MacFaul
  • The shepheardes calender (1579)
  • Contexts.
  • Clare Kinney
  • Letters (1580)
  • Joseph Campana
  • The faerie queene (1590)
  • Linda Gregerson
  • Complaints and Daphnaida (1591)
  • Mark Rasmussen
  • Colin Clouts come home againe, Astrophel, and The doleful lay of Clorinda (1595)
  • Patrick Cheney
  • Amoretti and Epithalamion (1595)
  • Spenser's life
  • Roland Greene
  • The faerie queene (1596)
  • Elizabeth Jane Bellamy
  • Fowre hymnes and Prothalamion (1596)
  • David Lee Miller
  • A vewe of the presente state of Ireland (1596, 1633)
  • Elizabeth Fowler
  • Two cantos of mutabilitie (1609)
  • Gordon Teskey
  • "Lost Works", suppositious pieces, and continuations
  • Willy Maley
  • Joseph Black and Lisa Celovsky
  • Poetic craft.
  • Spenser's language(s) :
  • linguistic theory and poetic diction
  • Dorothy Stephens
  • Spenser's metrics
  • Jeff Dolven
  • Spenser's genres
  • Colin Burrow
  • Spenser and rhetoric
  • Spenser and religion
  • Peter Mack
  • Allegory, emblem, and Symbol
  • Kenneth Borris
  • Authorial self-presentation
  • Richard A. McCabe
  • Sources and influences.
  • Spenser and the Bible
  • Carol V. Kaske
  • Spenser and Classical literature
  • Syrithe Pugh
  • Claire McEachern
  • Spenser and Classical philosophy
  • Andrew Escobedo
  • Spenser and History
  • Bart van Es
  • Spenser, Chaucer, and Medieval Romance
  • Andrew King
  • Spenser and neo-Latin literature
  • Lee Piepho
  • Spenser and sixteenth-century poetics
  • Elizabeth Heale
  • Spenser and politics
  • Spenser and Italian literature
  • Jason Lawrence
  • Spenser and French literature
  • Anne Lake Prescott -- Reception.
  • Spenser's textual history
  • Joe Loewenstein
  • Spenser's literary influence
  • Michelle O'Callaghan
  • Spenser and the visual arts
  • Claire Preston
  • David Baker
  • The formalist tradition
  • David Wilson-Okamura
  • The historicist tradition in Spenser studies
  • John D. Staines
  • Spenser and gender studies
  • Theresa Krier
  • Psychoanalytical criticism
  • Elizabeth D. Harvey
  • Postcolonial Spenser
  • Andrew Hadfield
  • Spenser's secretarial career
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 826 p.
Isbn
9780199227365
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2010930300
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)500823025
  • (OCoLC)ocn500823025
Label
The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser, edited by Richard A. McCabe
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Andrew Zurcher & Chris Burlinson
  • Spenser, plantation, and government policy
  • Ciaran Brady
  • Spenser's patrons and publishers
  • Wayne Erickson
  • Spenser's biographers
  • Paul D. Stegner -- Works.
  • A theatre for worldlings (1569)
  • Tom MacFaul
  • The shepheardes calender (1579)
  • Contexts.
  • Clare Kinney
  • Letters (1580)
  • Joseph Campana
  • The faerie queene (1590)
  • Linda Gregerson
  • Complaints and Daphnaida (1591)
  • Mark Rasmussen
  • Colin Clouts come home againe, Astrophel, and The doleful lay of Clorinda (1595)
  • Patrick Cheney
  • Amoretti and Epithalamion (1595)
  • Spenser's life
  • Roland Greene
  • The faerie queene (1596)
  • Elizabeth Jane Bellamy
  • Fowre hymnes and Prothalamion (1596)
  • David Lee Miller
  • A vewe of the presente state of Ireland (1596, 1633)
  • Elizabeth Fowler
  • Two cantos of mutabilitie (1609)
  • Gordon Teskey
  • "Lost Works", suppositious pieces, and continuations
  • Willy Maley
  • Joseph Black and Lisa Celovsky
  • Poetic craft.
  • Spenser's language(s) :
  • linguistic theory and poetic diction
  • Dorothy Stephens
  • Spenser's metrics
  • Jeff Dolven
  • Spenser's genres
  • Colin Burrow
  • Spenser and rhetoric
  • Spenser and religion
  • Peter Mack
  • Allegory, emblem, and Symbol
  • Kenneth Borris
  • Authorial self-presentation
  • Richard A. McCabe
  • Sources and influences.
  • Spenser and the Bible
  • Carol V. Kaske
  • Spenser and Classical literature
  • Syrithe Pugh
  • Claire McEachern
  • Spenser and Classical philosophy
  • Andrew Escobedo
  • Spenser and History
  • Bart van Es
  • Spenser, Chaucer, and Medieval Romance
  • Andrew King
  • Spenser and neo-Latin literature
  • Lee Piepho
  • Spenser and sixteenth-century poetics
  • Elizabeth Heale
  • Spenser and politics
  • Spenser and Italian literature
  • Jason Lawrence
  • Spenser and French literature
  • Anne Lake Prescott -- Reception.
  • Spenser's textual history
  • Joe Loewenstein
  • Spenser's literary influence
  • Michelle O'Callaghan
  • Spenser and the visual arts
  • Claire Preston
  • David Baker
  • The formalist tradition
  • David Wilson-Okamura
  • The historicist tradition in Spenser studies
  • John D. Staines
  • Spenser and gender studies
  • Theresa Krier
  • Psychoanalytical criticism
  • Elizabeth D. Harvey
  • Postcolonial Spenser
  • Andrew Hadfield
  • Spenser's secretarial career
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 826 p.
Isbn
9780199227365
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2010930300
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)500823025
  • (OCoLC)ocn500823025

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