Masque and Massacre - the rhetoric of concealment in The Faerie Queene. Daniel Rovira

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Masque and Massacre - the rhetoric of concealment in The Faerie Queene. by Daniel Rovira
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1580 was a memorable year for Edmund Spenser: both annus miserablis and horribilis. Three significant events took place: he was appointed secretary under the notoriously violent Lord Grey de Wilton, he witnessed the massacre of 600 unarmed soldiersMore1580 was a memorable year for Edmund Spenser: both annus miserablis and horribilis. Three significant events took place: he was appointed secretary under the notoriously violent Lord Grey de Wilton, he witnessed the massacre of 600 unarmed soldiers at Fort d’Oro, Smerwick, and he began writing The Faerie Queene.

This paper will investigate the close relationship between these events.



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