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Spenserian Allegory in Japan
by Yulia Ryzhik

This paper, presented as part of the panel ‘Spenser’s Afterlives II’ at the 2019 RSA meeting in Toronto, offers a brief account of recent developments in Japanese translation and criticism of Spenser, in the hope that a broader acknowledgment of Spenser studies in Japan will open exciting avenues for scholarly research and will be of interest to the early modernist community at large. Read more…


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Yulia Ryzhik, "Spenserian Allegory in Japan," Spenser Review (Spring-Summer 2019). Accessed April 14th, 2024.
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