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In Joshua Reid’s “The Enchantments of Circe: Translation Studies and the English Renaissance,” it should be Edmund Waller, not Dryden, who cited Fairfax’s translation of Tasso as the place he went to for the “Harmony of his Numbers.”


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"Correction," Spenser Review 44.2.50 (Fall 2014). Accessed April 15th, 2024.
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