ISSN 0195-9468, Online ISSN: 2167-8529
Spenser Studies is published annually by AMS Press, Inc. as a forum for Spenser scholarship and criticism and related Renaissance subjects.
Publisher: AMS Press, Inc.
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Chivalric Idealism versus Pragmatism in Spenser and Malory: Taking up Arms in a Wrongful Quarrel (The Kathleen Williams Lecture, 2010)
“Th'eternal Brood of Glorie Excellent”: Infants and the Battle for the Future in The Faerie Queene
Lux, Jonathan E.
Hot and Bothered: The Lions of Amoretti 20 and The Faerie Queene I
Spenser and the Matter of Poetry
Milton's Compressed Memory in Areopagitica of Spenser's Cave of Mammon
Anderson, Judith H.
“Send your angel”: Augustinian Nests and Guyon's Faint
Art and Objectivity in the House of Busirane
Competitions in Nobility and Courtesy: Nennio and the Reader's Judgment in Book VI of The Faerie Queene
Spenser's “May” Eclogue and Charitable Admonition
Aesopian Prosopopoia: Making Faces and Playing Chicken in Mother Hubberds Tale
“Disorder Best Fit”: Henry Lok and Holy Disorder in Devotional Lyric
Spenserianism and Satire before and after the Bishops' Ban: Evidence from Thomas Middleton
Hile, Rachel E.
“Spencerus isthic conditur”: Kenelm Digby's Transcription of William Alabaster
A Mortgage Agreement of Hugolin Spenser, Edmund Spenser's Grandson