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Crafting the witch: Gendering magic in medieval and early modern England

This project documents and analyzes the gendered transformation of magical figures occurring in Arthurian romance in England from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries.

Spenser and the Search for Asian Silk

Spenser and the Search for Asian Silk Murrin, Michael Arthuriana 21.1 (2011) Abstract Edmund Spenser’s Faerie Queene follows the Arthurian tradition of travel eastward. Because the poem distributes its narrative onto a scene of action that forms part of the Muscovy Company’s activities in Central Asia in the 1560s, The Faerie Queene can be understood […]

‘Arthurian Torsos’ and Professor Nohrnberg’s Unrepeatable Experiment

‘Arthurian Torsos’ and Professor Nohrnberg’s Unrepeatable Experiment Buckman, Ty Arthuriana 21.1 (2011) Abstract This essay identifies the ‘unrepeatable experiment’ that is at the core of James Nohrnberg’s critical work, especially The Analogy of The Faerie Queene, by following his reading of Arthur in the early part of the poem to the appearance of the Blatant […]

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