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Illegible Welcomes: Hospitality and Allegory in The Faerie Queene
by Archie Cornish

In an essay on the idea of the sacred building, Lukas Feireiss asserts that it is ‘permissible to speak of a language of religious architecture’. Sacred buildings, for Feireiss, ought to communicate through symbolism: their ‘language’ is a set of ‘constructed symbols of the content they embody’. Read more…

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Archie Cornish, "Illegible Welcomes: Hospitality and Allegory in The Faerie Queene," Spenser Review (Spring-Summer 2022). Accessed April 14th, 2024.
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