Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Spenser / edited by Andrew Hadfield.

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Introduction: The relevance of Edmund Spenser A. Hadfield
1. Spenser's life and career R. Rambuss
2. Historical contexts: Britain and Europe D. J. Baker
3. Ireland: policy, poetics and parody R. McCabe
4. Spenser's pastorals: The Shepardes Calender and Colin Clouts Come Home Againe P. Cheney
5. The Faerie Queene, I-III S. L. Wofford
6. The Faerie Queene, IV-VII A. Hadfield
7. Spenser's shorter poems A. L. Prescott
8. Spenser's languages: writing in the ruins of English W. Maley
9. Sexual politics L. Gregerson
10. Spenser's religion J. King
11. Spenser and classical traditions C. Borrow
12. Spenser and contemporary vernacular poetry R. Greene
13. Spenser's influence P. Alpers

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599 Criticism and interpretation, Spenser, Edmund, 1552?-1599 Handbooks, manuals, etc