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Rachel E. Hile

pursuit becomes self-serving, a pointless exercise in scholarly ingenuity” (Dunseath, Spenser’s Allegory, 6). Surely he was reacting, entirely consistently with New Critical scholarly fashion, against the worst excesses of what came to be known—once the New Historicism had been born—as the “old historicism,” the often entirely too ingenious searching after point-for-point correspondences between MUP_Hile_SpenserSatire_Printer.indd 1 14/10/2016 15:35 2 Spenserian satire poem and history. The approach characterized literary scholarship of the early twentieth century

in Spenserian satire
Chloe Porter

. in Divinity, and Late Dean of Saint Pauls Church London (London: printed by J. G. for R. Marriot, 1658 ), pp. 111–13; see also Helen Gardner, ‘Dean Donne’s Monument in St Paul’s’, in René Wellek and Alvaro Ribeiro (eds), Evidence in Literary Scholarship (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979 ), pp. 29–44. Llewellyn does not question Walton’s account, Funeral Monuments , p. 235

in Making and unmaking in early modern English drama