In Spenser's Forms of History, Bart Van Es presents an engaging study of the ways in which Edmund Spenser utilized a number of "forms of history"--chronicle, antiquarian discourse, secular typology, political prophecy, and others--in both his poetry and his prose, and assesses their collective impact on Elizabethan poetry.
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Bart Van Es is a Junior Research Fellow, Christ Church, Oxford.Review:
"Essential for all Spenserians, Bart van Es's book has much to recommend it to students of early modern Britain."--Times Literary Supplement
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