English, Drama & Film Research Collection [24]

 

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Recent Submissions

  • Grogan, Jane (University of Texas Press, 2012)
    The purpose of this essay is to show how the Tamburlaine plays, by dramatizing intra-Islamic conflict between an insistently Persian Tamburlaine and his Turkish enemies, and Tamburlaine’s extraordinary military successes ...
  • Grogan, Jane (Wiley, 2010-09-02)
    This essay argues that the image of Persia is a familiar, largely positive and particularly compelling one for English Renaissance readers and writers. It surveys the range of sources of information available, and the kinds ...
  • Grogan, Jane (Manchester University Press, 2010-07)
    However uncertain their literary status, however belated their appearance, the Mutabilitie Cantos comprise probably the most challenging, complex and surprising part of Spenser’s poem, England’s first national epic. Yet ...
  • Grogan, Jane (Manchester University Press, 2010-07)
    When Yeats first turned to Spenser in a professional way, it was a chance opportunity to generate some income. ‘It is good pay,’ he wrote to his friend, Lady Augusta Gregory, and ‘I may do it if I have not to do it at once. ...
  • Grogan, Jane (Ams Press, 2013-12)
    This essay gathers together the work of a self-selecting group of Irish poets, novelists and dramatists of the last century who directly confront Spenser and his writing in their own work. It tentatively identifies this ...