Contemporary Thought on Edmund Spenser

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BERNARD J. VONDERSMITH A Bibliography of Criticism of The Faerie Queene, 1900-1970
THE FOLLOWING BIBLIOGRAPHY brings together for the first time the majority of the criticism of Edmund Spenser The Faerie Queene published from 1900 to 1970. I am heavily indebted to the fuller bibliographies which precede mine: Frederic Ives Carpenter A Reference Guide to Edmund Spenser ( 1923), Dorothy F. Atkinson Edmund Spenser: A Bibliographical Supplement ( 1937), and Waldo F. McNeir and Foster Provost Annotated Bibliography of Edmund Spenser, 1937-1960 ( 1962). I am also indebted to Carolyn Burgholzer for the use of her unpublished bibliography of Faerie Queene criticism from 1948 to 1968.
Adams Marjorie. "The Literary Relations of Spenser and Ronsard". Diss. University of Texas, 1952.
Aguzzi Danilo. "Allegory in the Heroic Poetry of the Renaissance". Diss. Columbia University, 1959.
Ainsworth Edward G., Jr. "The Orlando Furioso in English Literature before 1640". Diss. Cornell University, 1929.
Akrigg G. P. V. "The Renaissance Reconsidered". QQ, 52 ( 1945), 311- 19.
Albright Evelyn M. "The Faerie Queene in Masque at the Gray's Inn Revels". PMLA, 41 ( 1926), 497-516.
---. "On the Dating of Spenser's Mutability Cantos". SP, 26 ( 1929), 482-98.
---. "Spenser's Connection with the Letters in Gabriel Harvey's Letter- Book". MP, 29 ( 1932), 411-36.
---. "Spenser's Cosmic Philosophy and His Religion". PMLA, 44 ( 1929), 715-59.
---. "Spenser's Reasons for Rejecting the Cantos of Mutability". SP, 25 ( 1928), 93-127.

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