Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene: A Reading Guide

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Index
NB: The index does not record references to the figures, places, or other elements of Spenser’s poetry, either as summarised in the ‘Map of The Faerie Queene’ (pp. 5–14) or in the selections from the text of the poem that follow (pp. 16–161). The headnotes and commentary to the selections, however, have been indexed; where reference is made to the poem commentary, the relevant page number is accompanied by the note reference, in parentheses.
Alighieri, Dante, 5, 22n. (7.2), 24n. (14.6–9), 183, 185, 190–1
allegory, theory of, 178, 180–92, 196–7
Amyot, Jacques, 173–4
Anderson, Judith, 202
Aphthonius, Progymnasmata, 164
Apollodorus, The Library, 56n. (stanzas 22–4), 63n. (45.9), 84nn. (31.2, 33.6), 87n. (43.4–7), 93n. (7.5–9), 107n. (5.6–9)
Apollonius Rhodius (Apollonius of Rhodes), Argonautica, 60n. (stanzas 35–6), 62n. (stanzas 44–5), 93n. (7.5–9), 113n. (stanza 12)
Ariosto, Ludovico, Orlando Furioso, 3, 5, 18n. (1.1–5), 26n. (stanza 23), 44n. (stanzas 28–45), 50n. (Arg.4), 62n. (stanzas 42–52), 77n. (7.3ff.), 167, 174
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics, 49, 50–1n. (stanzas 3–8), 111–12n. (7.1–5), 127n. (32.9), 176–80, 182–4, 194nn.26, 33
Ascham, Roger, 14n.6, 164
astronomy (and astrology), 36n. (1.1–5), 107nn. (4.6ff, 5.6–9), 108nn. (6.1–4, stanza 7, 8.1–7, 8.8–9), 113n. (11.5–6)
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 164
Barclay, Alexander, 170
Berger, Harry, Jr, 198, 203
Bible, 20n. (1.2), 25n. (20.7), 40n. (stanza 13), 48n. (43.3–5), 104n. (*44.7–9), 105, 117n. (26.3–5), 128n. (38.1–5), 169–71, 188, 202
Boiardo, Matteo, Orlando Innamorato, 3
Bourchier, Sir John, Lord Berners, Huon of Bourdeux, 51n. (4.2)
Boyle, Elizabeth, 138n. (stanza 16)
Bryskett, Lodowick, 3
Burlinson, Christopher, 207
Burton, Robert, The Anatomy of Melancholy, 32n. (42.7)
Camden, William, 2, 14n.5, 199
Cartwright, Thomas, 2–3

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface- How to Read the Faerie Queene vi
  • Series Editors’ Preface viii
  • Chapter 1 - Mapping and Making 1
  • Chapter 2 - Selections from the Poem 16
  • Chapter 3 - Contexts and Reception 162
  • Chapter 4 - Teaching the Text 195
  • Chapter 5 - Resources for Study 209
  • Index 214
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