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Title

Review of The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser

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Chloe GranberryFollow

Academic Level at Time of Presentation

Junior

Major

English Literature

Minor

Information Studies

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Dr. Barbara Cobb

Presentation Format

Oral Presentation

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The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser, edited by Richard A. McCabe, is a comprehensive work on Spencer’s life and writings. This paper argues that this anthology is valuable to anyone who wishes to educate themselves on Spenser, because of the diverse pool of contributors to each section. The collection has five sections, which cover topics such as “Poetic Craft” and “Sources and Influence,” and contain essays from many experts in the field. The range of articles in each section makes this book versatile and a necessary resource for any individual interested in Edmund Spenser.

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Review of The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser

The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser, edited by Richard A. McCabe, is a comprehensive work on Spencer’s life and writings. This paper argues that this anthology is valuable to anyone who wishes to educate themselves on Spenser, because of the diverse pool of contributors to each section. The collection has five sections, which cover topics such as “Poetic Craft” and “Sources and Influence,” and contain essays from many experts in the field. The range of articles in each section makes this book versatile and a necessary resource for any individual interested in Edmund Spenser.