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Spenserian Ambitions at Kilcolman, Mallow and Rycote: A response to Tadhg O’Keeffe
by Thomas Herron

Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe, the accomplished Irish archaeologist and architectural historian, writes in Spenser Review a detailed and imaginative essay on Spenser’s architectural environs in Munster. O’Keeffe offers a valuable study of the poet’s ‘experiential’ existence at home at Kilcolman, and he makes further analysis within this context of contemporary building and settlement schemes in Munster of Sir Walter Raleigh and the Norris family. Read more…

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Thomas Herron, "Spenserian Ambitions at Kilcolman, Mallow and Rycote: A response to Tadhg O’Keeffe," Spenser Review (Spring-Summer 2019). Accessed April 14th, 2024.
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