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  • Dire Straitsby Elizabeth Jane Bellamy

    University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 2013; Not Available

    By illustrating how early modern English writers created their works in the context of a longstanding cultural inheritance from antiquity, Elizabeth Jane Bellamy offers a new approach to the history of early modern cartography and its influences on literature. more...

  • Imagining Death in Spenser and Miltonby Elizabeth Jane Bellamy; Patrick Cheney; Michael Schoenfeldt

    Palgrave Macmillan 2003; US$ 160.00

    Imagining Death in Spenser and Milton assembles a collection of essays on the compelling topic of death in two monumental representatives of the early modern canon, Edmund Spenser and John Milton. The volume draws its impetus from the conviction that death is a central, yet curiously understudied, preoccupation for Spenser and Milton, contending... more...

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