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Spenser: A Research Guide: Web

Use this guide to research the life and works of Edmund Spenser, author of the English Renaissance epic, " The Faerie Queene"

 

Illustration from The Faerie Queene by Walter Crane, 1895, published by G. Allen, London. Public domain. Source: Internet Archive

Spenser Online

Spenser Online, is the home of Edmund Spenser studies on the Internet. This site brings together resources to support the reading, discussion, and enjoyment of Spenser’s works. The site hopes to serve scholars and students as well as the casual passer-by.

This site is a collaborative effort supported by Cambridge University, Washington University in St. Louis, and the University of South Carolina.

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Spenser World Bibliography

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Luminarium Spenser Page

Here you will find a biography, quotes, works, essays and articles, and various study resources. You will also find links to persons, historical events, locations, and concepts relevant to the study of Edmund Spenser and the Elizabethan Era. Most of these links lead to the Luminarium Encyclopedia. Renaissance English Literature has its own section on Luminarium..

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