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Thoughts on Graduate Study in Spenser
by David Lee Miller, Helen Cooper, Judith H. Anderson, Bart Van Es

The year was 1977, and I was at the MLA in Chicago interviewing for jobs. One of my mentors at U. C. Irvine, Robert Montgomery, introduced me to A. C. Hamilton, who, upon learning that I was writing a Spenser dissertation, told me he thought Spenser was pretty much played out, and the real action going forward would be in Sidney Studies. Read more…

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David Lee Miller, Helen Cooper, Judith H. Anderson, Bart Van Es, "Thoughts on Graduate Study in Spenser," Spenser Review (Winter 2019). Accessed April 20th, 2019.
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