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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.)
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
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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