Edmund Spenser, the Critical Heritage

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Bibliography

The following is a select list of books and articles containing material, or discussions of material, relevant to the study of Spenser's reputation up to 1715.

ATKINSON, DOROTHY F., Edmund Spenser: A Bibliographical Supplement, Baltimore, 1937.
BASKERVILLE, CHARLES R., 'The Early Fame of The Shepheardes Calender' PMLA, XXVIII (1913), 291-313.
BÖHME, TRAUGOTT, Spensers literarisches Nachleben bis zu Shelley, Berlin 1911.
CARPENTER, F.I., A Reference Guide to Edmund Spenser, Chicago, 1923.
CORY, H.E., 'The Golden Age of the Spenserian Pastoral', PMLA, XXV (1910), 241-67.
The Critics of Edmund Spenser. University of California Publications in Modern Philology, II (1911), 81-182.
Spenser, the School of the Fletchers, and Milton. University of California Publications in Modern Philology, II (1911), 311-73.
ELLIOT, ROBERT, JR., Prince of Poets, New York. 1968.
GROSART, A.B., The Works of Edmund Spenser, Priv. publ., 1882-84.
JUDSON, A.C., 'The Seventeenth-Century Lives of Edmund Spenser', HLQ, X (1946), 35-48.
MUELLER, WILLIAM R., The Critics of Edmund Spenser, Syracuse, 1959.
MORTON, E.P., 'The Spenserian Stanza before 1700', MP, IV (1907), 639-54.
PIERCE, MARJORIE, 'The Allusions to Spenser up to 1650', M.A. Thesis University of Chicago, 1927.
SCHRÖBER, A., 'Zu Spenser im Wandel der Zeiten', Die Neueren Sprachen, XIII (1905), 449-60.

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