“First, you’ll choose to write on either Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene, Book I or John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi.After making your selection, go to the Library’s Course Reserves (at the circulation desks) and peruse the chapters in the table of contents from the edited collections The Oxford Handbook of Spenser or The Cambridge Companion of Spenser (for Spenser) or Early Modern English Drama: A Critical Companion or The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Tragedy (for Webster). Choose one chapter that addresses an aspect of early modern history that interests you. This chapter will be your secondary research on a historical context/discourse.Once you’ve read your chapter, you will then go back to either Faerie Queene or Duchess and think about how your new knowledge from your secondary research about a particular aspect of early modern British history changes the way you read 2-3 specific moments in the text.Finally, you will write a report that (1) briefly summarizes the historical context/discourse you’ve chosen (no more than 1/2 a page) and (2) how this historical context/discourse serves as a lens that changes the way you read the text (using specific examples from Faerie Queene or Duchess of Malfi to corroborate your claims)”It is due 10/27/22 at 11:59 PM MDTI wanted to let you know that I chose the chapter, Spenser’s Religion from the book The Cambridge Companion to Spenser for my focus.

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