This book provides an authoritative guide to debate on Elizabethan England's poet laureate. It covers key topics and provides histories for all of the primary texts. Some of today's most prominent Spenser scholars offer accounts of debates on the poet, from the Renaissance to the present day. Essential for those producing new research on Spenser.
ELIZABETH J. BELLAMY Professor of English, University of New Hampshire, USA PATRICK CHENEY Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Penn State University, USA ANDREW HADFIELD Professor of English and Director of the Centre for Early Modern Studies, University of Sussex, UK JOHN N. KING Distinguished Professor, Ohio State University, USA THERESA M. KRIER Professor of English Literature at Macalester College, USA RAPHAEL LYNE Fellow of New Hall and Lecturer in the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, UK RICHARD A. MCCABE Fellow of Merton College and Professor of English Language and Literature, Oxford University, UK WILLY MALEY Professor of Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow, UK DAVID LEE MILLER Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of South Carolina, USA ANNE LAKE PRESCOTT Helen Altschul Goodheart Professor of English, Barnard College, Columbia University, USA ANDREW ZURCHER Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge, UK