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Don’t worry, be happy: reading Herron reviewing O’Keeffe making Spenser envy Norris
by Tadhg O’Keeffe

Informed conversation between architectural-historians and Spenserians on the buildings of Spenser’s world, especially when focused on how those buildings shaped (and indeed were shaped by) the experiences and perceptions of natives and planters alike, can only enrich our collective understanding of Ireland at the end of the sixteenth century. Read more…

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  • Tracy Concrete 5 months, 2 weeks ago

    That said, Rosenfeld’s elegant prose and astute critical acumen make this book a pleasure to read, and her theory of the indecorous is as useful as it is fascinating.

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Tadhg O’Keeffe, "Don’t worry, be happy: reading Herron reviewing O’Keeffe making Spenser envy Norris," Spenser Review (Spring-Summer 2019). Accessed May 23rd, 2024.
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