Gordon Teskey

Photo of Gordon TeskeyPhoto | Henry Vega OrtizGordon Teskey, Professor of English at Harvard University, is a preeminent scholar of Spenser and Milton. He is editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Paradise Lost and author of Allegory and Violence, Delirious Milton, and The Poetry of John Milton, which won the Christian Gauss Award for literary criticism. He has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Humanities Center, is an Honored Scholar of the Milton Society of America, and delivered the Kathleen Williams Lecture on Spenser at the International Spenser Society in 2017.

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Cover: The Poetry of John MiltonThe Poetry of John MiltonTeskey, GordonHARDCOVER06/15/2015$43.50
Cover: Spenserian MomentsSpenserian MomentsTeskey, GordonHARDCOVER12/17/2019$45.00
Cover: Delirious Milton: The Fate of the Poet in ModernityDelirious Milton: The Fate of the Poet in ModernityTeskey, GordonPAPERBACK10/15/2009$20.00
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