The Limits of Moralizing: Pathos and Subjectivity in Spenser and Milton

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In a study that shies away from new historicist endorsements of the force of normative ideology as well as late Romantic celebrations of the poetic self, the author finds that Spenser and Milton develop an innovative literary subjectivity under the pressure of the Reformation's moralizing aims.

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