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Kilcolman Castle Reconstructed

Visit Centering Spenser: A Digital Resource for Kilcolman Castle to tour a virtual reconstruction of Spenser’s house and grounds in County Cork. Built by a team at East Carolina University under the leadership of Thomas Herron, the site offers multi-media access for exploring the environments in which Spenser and the members of his household conducted their daily lives.  The site draws on a wealth of recent historical, biographical, and archeological research to situate Spenser’s life and his writings in the physical and cultural landscapes of early modern Ireland.



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"Kilcolman Castle Reconstructed," Spenser Review 43.3.69 (Winter 2014). Accessed September 25th, 2018.
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