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Searching for Spenser's Popular Voice
by Abigail Shinn

How invested was Spenser in popular culture? Abigail Shinn argues that we need to explore his relationship to a more diverse range of sources and texts than we invariably do if we wish to understand the strange and challenging nature of his verse. Read more…

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Abigail Shinn, "Searching for Spenser's Popular Voice," Spenser Review (Winter 2018). Accessed July 18th, 2024.
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