Contemporary Thought on Edmund Spenser

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RUDOLF B. GOTTFRIED, Professor of English at Indiana University, edited the variorum Prose Works of Edmund Spenser ( 1949) and received the Modern Language Association Distinguished Essay Award for his 1968 essay "Our New Poet: Archetypal Criticism of The Faerie Queene."

A. C. HAMILTON, Professor of English at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, wrote The Structure of Allegory in "The Faerie Queene" ( 1960) and edited Spenser Selected Poetry ( 1966).

S. K. HENINCER, JR., Professor of English at the University of British Columbia, wrote A Handbook of Renaissance Meteorology ( 1960) and edited Selections from the Poetry of Edmund Spenser ( 1970).

A. KENT HIEATT, Professor of English at the University of Western Ontario, wrote Short Time's Endless Monument ( 1960), and with Constance Hieatt edited Spenser Selected Poetry ( 1970).

CAROL V. KASKE, Assistant Professor of English at Cornell University, is the author of "The Dragon's Spark and Sting and the Structure of Red Cross's Dragon Fight: The Faerie Queene, I. xi-xii", SP, 66 ( 1969), 609- 38 and "Mount Sinai and Dante's Mount Purgatory", DS, 89 ( 1971), 1-18.

FOSTER PROVOST, Professor of English at Duquesne University, is coauthor of An Annotated Bibliography of Edmund Spenser, 1937-1960 ( 1962).

BERNARD J. VONDERSMITH, Assistant Professor of English at Indiana State University, is a contributing editor to the Annual Bibliography of the Modern Humanities Research Association.

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