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Shakespeare and Spenser : attractive opposites / edited by J.B. Lethbridge.

  • Author

    Lethbridge, J. B.

  • Date published

    2008

  • Publisher

    Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2008.

  • Subject

    Shakespeare, Wiliam, 1564-1616 Influence.

    Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599.

Formatted contents note: Beyond binarism: Eros/death and Venus/Mars in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra and Spenser's Faerie Queene / Judith H. Anderson -- Spenser and Shakespeare : polarized approach to psychology, poetics and patronagec / Robert Lanier Reid -- Perdita, pastorella and the romance of literary form : Shakespeare's counter-Spenserian authorship / Patrick Cheney -- Pastoral forms and religious reform in Spenser and Shakespeare / Karen Nelson -- The equinoctial boar : Venus and Adonis in Spenser's Garden, Shakespeare's Epyllion and Richard 111's England / Anne Lake Prescott -- Hamlet's debt to Spenser's Mother Hubberds tale : a satire on Robert Cecil? /Rachel E. Hile -- Fusion : Spenserian metaphor and Sidnean example in Shakespeare's King Lear / Susan Oldrieve -- What means a knight? : Red Cross Knight and Edgar / Michael L. Hays -- The seven deadly sins and Shakespeare's Jacobean tragedies / Ronald Horton