Clio : A Jounal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History
Curran argues that, since Roman Britain is a key to understanding the historiographical debates of Edmund Spenser's time, the Roman Britain section of Briton Moniments in "The Faerie Queene" needs to be examined. It is here that Spenser acknowledged the direction historiography was taking, and saw how this new trend altered the relation between history and glory.
Curran, John E. Jr., "Spenser and the Historical Revolution: Briton Moniments and the Problem of Roman Britain" (1996). English Faculty Research and Publications. 534.
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