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A Hymns of Heavenly Love Edmund Spenser

Here is the next in my series of posts for Advent, in which I read each day’s poem to accompany my Advent Anthology from Canterbury Press… 678 more words


Kneidel — Rethinking the Turn to Religion

Kneidel, Gregory. Rethinking the Turn to Religion in Early Modern English Literature: The Poetics of All Believers. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillna, 2008.

Contents: Introduction: rethinking the turn to religion in early modern England. 33 more words

George Herbert

November 18

BUT lovely concord, and most sacred peace.
Doth nourish virtue, and fast friendship breeds,
Weake she makes strong, and strong thing does increace,
Till it the pitch of highest praise exceeds: 151 more words

Sir Thomas Browne

November 1

HE there does now enjoy eternall rest
And happy ease, which thou doest want and crave,
And further from it daily wanderest:
What if some little payne the passage have, 195 more words


English 6/7110: Spenser Seminar

English 6/7110:  Spenser Seminar

Dr. Hollings

Wednesdays 6:00-9:00 p.m. in PH 301.

Develop an understanding of Edmund Spenser’s works and a sense of their place in a patronage culture in which women were key players. 110 more words

Grad Life

On This Day – 30 September 1598 - The English poet Edmund Spenser is appointed Sheriff of Cork

When someone uses the word ‘sheriff’ we tend to think of a tall, grizzled man with a wide brimmed hat and a revolver. Gary Cooper in… 662 more words

Spenser's Sonnet 79

“Men call you fayre, and you doe credit it,
For that your selfe ye dayly such doe see:
But the trew fayre, that is the gentle wit,

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