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by Jane Grogan and Andrew Hadfield

The current issue of ‘The Spenser Review’ brings together a number of new and already established features of the journal which we plan to develop in the next few issues. We are delighted to be able to include Jeffrey Griswold’s essay ‘The False Florimell and Non-Human Consent’, winner of the inaugural Anne Lake Prescott graduate studies paper prize. Many congratulations are due to the author who was chosen by a distinguished panel of Spenser judges. Read more…


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Jane Grogan and Andrew Hadfield, "Editorial," Spenser Review (Winter 2019). Accessed August 26th, 2019.
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