- Title Pages
- General Editor’s Preface
- Introduction: Spenser, Marlowe, Shakespeare: Methodological Investigations
- Beyond Binarism: Eros/Death and Venus/Mars in Shakespeare’s <i>Antony and Cleopatra</i> and Spenser’s <i>Faerie Queene</i>
- Spenser and Shakespeare: Polarized Approaches to Psychology, Poetics, and Patronage
- Perdita, Pastorella, and the Romance of Literary Form: Shakespeare’s Counter-Spenserian Authorship
- Pastoral Forms and Religious Reform in Spenser and Shakespeare
- The Equinoctial Boar: Venus and Adonis in Spenser’s Garden, Shakespeare’s Epyllion, and <i>Richard III</i>’s England
- Hamlet’s Debt to Spenser’s <i>Mother Hubberds Tale</i>: A Satire on Robert Cecil?
- Fusion: Spenserian Metaphor and Sidnean Example in Shakespeare’s <i>King Lear</i>
- What Means a Knight? Red Cross Knight and Edgar
- The Seven Deadly Sins and Shakespeare’s Jacobean Tragedies
- Works Cited
- Bibliography of Books and Papers on Spenser and Shakespeare
- Shakespeare and Spenser
- Manchester University Press
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