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Spenser’s Machiavelli
Andrew Wadoski

subsequent centuries, horrified by the poet’s advocacy for the most brutal and violent forms of repression and subjugation, and his participation in what would now be considered war crimes and crimes against humanity. C.S. Lewis, as sympathetic a reader of Spenser as ever there was, found the poet’s entanglements in English colonial policy simply inexcusable. In what may be The Allegory of Love ’s most

in Spenser’s ethics