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General Resources
Edmund Spenser (Anniina Jokinen)
Edmund Spenser Home Page (English Dept., Cambridge U.)
English Poetry 1579-1830: Spenser and the Tradition (large-scale archive of literary texts in the era of Spenser, including primary texts, biography, and criticism; "the 25,000 records in this largely full-text database follow developments in English poetry from the publication of the Shepheardes Calender in 1579 down to Spenser's successors among the nineteenth-century romantics. The archive presents poets as readers imitators and emulators, critics and biographers engaged with literary traditions that were complex, dynamic, and embedded in social networks"; "the archive aims to document how each writer was read by contemporaries and successors, gathering over 10,000 poems linked to commentary and biography for more than a thousand writers from all parts of the English-speaking world") (David Hill Radcliffe, Virginia Tech U.)
Spenser Page (The Poetry Archives)
The Spenserian Stanza (brief information) (Handbook of Terms for Discussing Poetry, Emory U.)
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Criticism
Dino Felluga (Stanford U.), Modern Theoretical Discourses (pedagogically-oriented set of explanations, definitions, and questions that applies concepts in contemporary literary theory to two sonnets from Spenser's Amoretti; covers New Historicism, cultural materialism, feminism, and psychoanalysis)
Moral Fiction In Milton And Spenser
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Poetry
The Faerie Queene (Richard Bear) (HTML version of FQ; under construction)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto) 
Shepheardes Calender Hypertext Edition (text description of work-in-progress) (John Tolva)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Edmund Spenser, A vewe of the present state of Ireland ("a scholarly edition of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge MS 188/221... Includes an introduction, textual notes, collaborative interpretive notes, and an archive of supplementary materials"; within the CERES site) (Andrew Zurcher, Cambridge U.)


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