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Spenser's Irish Work : Poetry, Plantation and Colonial Reformation

By: Herron, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Brookfield : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (279 p.).ISBN: 9781351898676.Subject(s): Epic poetry, English--History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Spenser's Irish Work : Poetry, Plantation and Colonial ReformationDDC classification: 821/.3 LOC classification: PR2367.I67.H47 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction Ruin or Monument? Cultivating Optimism in Early Modern Ireland -- Part I Finding Spenser's Ireland -- 1 Spenser and the Anxious Critics -- 2 Spenser's Plantation Life -- 3 Planting Reformation in Ireland: Walshe, Smith, Robinson, and Bryskett -- 4 Spenser's Heroic Legacy in Munster Verse: Ralph Birkenshaw and Parr Lane -- Part II Creating The Faerie Queene: Rethinking Book I From Within a Georgic-Irish Paradigm -- 5 Elemental Violence and the Virgilian Ladder
6 Flourishing Monarchs: Virgil's Georgics, Gavin Douglas, and the Proem to The Faerie Queene -- 7 Plain Thinking and Civic Celebration in Book I -- Part III Local Adversity and Apocalyptic Triumph: Books V, VI, and VII of The Faerie Queene -- 8 Imperial Coda: Elizabethan Progress and ""The Mutabilitie Cantos"" -- 9 ""Pagan hound"": Cúchulainn, the Souldan, and the Spanish Armada in Book V -- 10 Taming Raleigh's Beast: Monastic Dissolution and Local Politics in Book VI -- Bibliography -- Index
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PR 2364 c1961 Form and convention in the poetry of Edmund Spenser : PR2364 .O78 1997 Edmund Spenser / PR2364 .W55 2013 Spenser's International Style. PR2367.I67.H47 2016 Spenser's Irish Work : PR2367.I67.H47 2016 Spenser's Irish Work : PR2367.L36 Z87 2007 Spenser''s Legal Language : PR2367.P6 D366 2011 Edmund Spenser''s War on Lord Burghley.

Cover -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction Ruin or Monument? Cultivating Optimism in Early Modern Ireland -- Part I Finding Spenser's Ireland -- 1 Spenser and the Anxious Critics -- 2 Spenser's Plantation Life -- 3 Planting Reformation in Ireland: Walshe, Smith, Robinson, and Bryskett -- 4 Spenser's Heroic Legacy in Munster Verse: Ralph Birkenshaw and Parr Lane -- Part II Creating The Faerie Queene: Rethinking Book I From Within a Georgic-Irish Paradigm -- 5 Elemental Violence and the Virgilian Ladder

6 Flourishing Monarchs: Virgil's Georgics, Gavin Douglas, and the Proem to The Faerie Queene -- 7 Plain Thinking and Civic Celebration in Book I -- Part III Local Adversity and Apocalyptic Triumph: Books V, VI, and VII of The Faerie Queene -- 8 Imperial Coda: Elizabethan Progress and ""The Mutabilitie Cantos"" -- 9 ""Pagan hound"": Cúchulainn, the Souldan, and the Spanish Armada in Book V -- 10 Taming Raleigh's Beast: Monastic Dissolution and Local Politics in Book VI -- Bibliography -- Index

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Thomas Herron is Assistant Professor of English at East Carolina University, USA.

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