Una and the Lion

Una and the Lion Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044080803414
Release 1871
Pages 22
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The Red Romance Book

The Red Romance Book Author Andrew Lang
ISBN-10 9781465507280
Release 1935
Pages 372
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The Spenser Encyclopedia

The Spenser Encyclopedia Author A.C. Hamilton
ISBN-10 9781134934812
Release 2003-09-02
Pages 880
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'This masterly work ought to be The Elizabethan Encyclopedia, and no less.' - Cahiers Elizabethains Edmund Spenser remains one of Britain's most famous poets. With nearly 700 entries this Encyclopedia provides a comprehensive one-stop reference tool for: * appreciating Spenser's poetry in the context of his age and our own * understanding the language, themes and characters of the poems * easy to find entries arranged by subject.



Dearest Beloved

Dearest Beloved Author T. Walter Herbert
ISBN-10 9780520201552
Release 1995-03-07
Pages 331
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The marriage of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne—for their contemporaries a model of true love and married happiness—was also a scene of revulsion and combat. T. Walter Herbert reveals the tragic conflicts beneath the Hawthorne's ideal of domestic fulfillment and shows how their marriage reflected the tensions within nineteenth-century society. In so doing, he sheds new light on Hawthorne's fiction, with its obsessive themes of guilt and grief, balked feminism and homosexual seduction, adultery, patricide, and incest.



Faerie Queene4

Faerie Queene4 Author Jim Manis, ed.; Edmund Spenser
ISBN-10
Release 2012-04-15
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Una and the Red Cross Knight and Other Tales from Spenser s Faery Queene

Una and the Red Cross Knight and Other Tales from Spenser s Faery Queene Author N. G. Royde-Smith
ISBN-10 1497814448
Release 2014-03
Pages 284
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1905 Edition.



The Pain of Reformation

The Pain of Reformation Author Joseph Campana
ISBN-10 9780823239108
Release 2012
Pages 286
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This study argues that the most illuminating meditation on vulnerability, masculinity, and ethics in the wake of the Reformation came from Spenser, a poet often associated with the brutalities of English rule in Ireland. The underside, or shadow, of violence in both the fantasies and the realities of Spenser's England was a corresponding contemplation of the nature of the precarious lives of subjects in post-Reformation England.



Spenser s Anatomy of Heroism

Spenser s Anatomy of Heroism Author Maurice Evans
ISBN-10 9780521076623
Release 1970-07-02
Pages 244
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This book is a study of Spenser's conception of the nature of heroism and the way it is embodied in the separate books of The Faerie Queene. Professor Evans stresses the coherence of Spenser's scheme of virtues and examines the fusion of Christian symbol and classic myth through which the underlying Christian theme is expressed. He emphasises the didactic purpose of the poem, and the rhetorical method by which the allegory works upon the reader. It is his contention that Spenser completed his poem, and that The Faerie Queene as it stands presents an organic unity so firmly controlled that it is unprofitable to consider any book, canto or even single verse isolation from the poem as a whole. The complexity of the poetry which this study reveals suggests that Spenser has much in common with the metaphysicals, while the subtle dissection of human motive and behaviour within the poem would place him in closer relationship to the drama than is normally recognised.



The Red Romance Book

The Red Romance Book Author Andrew Lang
ISBN-10 9781465507280
Release 1935
Pages 372
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THE LION IN THE MORNING

THE LION IN THE MORNING Author TERRY THORP
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Release 2011-12-09
Pages 260
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It is 1930, Kenya. Aged 19 and 20 years old respectively, childhood friends Harry and Una are embarking on their adult lives. But their paths lead in very different directions. Brought up on farms not too far from Nairobi, Harry remains tied to a hard,physical outdoor lifestyle where farming, hunting and sport dominate. Una, on the other hand, is attracted to a city lifestyle of fashionable clothing and partying. She gets in with a high-living group of people and makes friends with a wealthy American woman, Rachel and a rich business man, Eric. Harry is in love with Una --- that is, until he meets an older woman, Cheryl, who teaches him to fly. Meanwhile, Harry's boyhood companion, a Maasai called Segge, takes part in the traditional circumcision ceremony that marks the transition from childhood to manhood and warrior status. But things go horribly wrong during the ceremony. Una and Rachel accept an invitation to a weekend with Lord and Lady Crofton, members of the Happy Valley Set, known for their drinking, drug-taking and sex. Things there also go horribly wrong for Una. Only Harry can rescue her. But before that he must deal with a colleague wanted for murder in South Africa.



The Sacred Marriage

The Sacred Marriage Author Benjamin G. Lockerd
ISBN-10 0838751067
Release 1987
Pages 209
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This study is based on an application of Jungian psychology to the love theme in the central books of The Faerie Queene. It elucidates the connection that Spenser makes between spiritual unfolding and the complementary interaction of the masculine and feminine throughout the poem.



Household Treasury of English Song

Household Treasury of English Song Author William Henry Davenport Adams
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B250914
Release 1872
Pages 383
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The Faerie Queene as Children s Literature

The Faerie Queene as Children s Literature Author Velma Bourgeois Richmond
ISBN-10 9781476625874
Release 2016-06-27
Pages 284
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Edmund Spenser's vast epic poem The Faerie Queene is the most challenging masterpiece in early modern literature and is praised as the work most representative of the Elizabethan age. In it he fused traditions of medieval romance and classical epic, his religious and political allegory creating a Protestant alternative to the Catholic romances rejected by humanists and Puritans. The poem was later made over as children's literature, retold in lavish volumes and schoolbooks and appreciated in pedagogical studies and literary histories. Distinguished writers for children simplified the stories and noted artists illustrated them. Children were less encouraged to consider the allegory than to be inspired to the moral virtues. This book studies The Faerie Queene's many adaptations for a young audience in order to provide a richer understanding of both the original and adapted texts.



Spenser in the Moment

Spenser in the Moment Author Paul J. Hecht
ISBN-10 9781611476859
Release 2015-11-05
Pages 244
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Spenser in the Moment argues that contrary to anyone’s expectation, Spenser studies may be on the brink of a revolution. Bringing together scholars from three continents, it surveys established methods, and then makes the case that there may be whole worlds of Spenser that have been nearly unsee-able or unhearable in the past forty years.



God s Only Daughter

God s Only Daughter Author Kathryn Walls
ISBN-10 9781526111135
Release 2016-05-16
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In this study, Kathryn Walls challenges the standard identification of Una with the post-Reformation English Church, arguing that she is, rather, Augustine's City of God - the invisible Church, whose membership is known only to God. Una's story (its Tudor resonances notwithstanding) therefore embraces that of the Synagogue before the Incarnation as well as that of the Church in the time of Christ and thereafter. It also allegorises the redemptive process that sustains the true Church. Una is fallible in canto I. Subsequently, however, she comes to embody divine perfection. Her transformation depends upon the intervention of the lion as Christ. Convinced of the consistency and coherence of Spenser's allegory, Walls offers fresh interpretations of Abessa (as Synagoga), of the fauns and satyrs (the Gentiles), and of Una's dwarf (adiaphoric forms of worship). She also reinterprets Spenser's marriage metaphor, clarifying the significance of Red Cross as Una's spouse in the final canto.



Spenser s Faerie Queene

Spenser s Faerie Queene Author Douglas Brooks-Davies
ISBN-10 0719006988
Release 1977
Pages 198
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The Forest the Jungle and the Prairie Or Tales of Adventure and Enterprise in Pursuit of Wild Animals

The Forest  the Jungle  and the Prairie  Or  Tales of Adventure and Enterprise in Pursuit of Wild Animals Author William Henry Davenport Adams
ISBN-10 OSU:32435050451574
Release 1895
Pages 285
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