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Movement and the City in The Faerie Queene

Jim Ellis’s paper from the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference last summer in Bruges takes a fresh look at how movement in The Faerie Queene signifies forms of communal and political subjectivity. Read More … 


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"Movement and the City in The Faerie Queene," Spenser Review (Winter 2017). Accessed September 26th, 2018.
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