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Anthony Esolen

Photograph of Professor EsolenPh.D., University of North Carolina, 1987

Scholarly interests:
Classical, medieval, and Renaissance literature

Recent courses:
English 314: Spenser
English 308: Sixteenth Century Literature
English 313: Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama
Arthurian Romance
                          Dante

Selected publications:
Translations and editions:
     Lucretius, On the Nature of Things (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995)
     Torquato Tasso, Jerusalem Delivered (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000)
     Dante, The Divine Comedy (3 vols.), (Modern Library, 2002-2004)

Dr. Esolen has also published articles on Spenser, Shakespeare, Dante, and Tasso, and is a contributing editor of the theological journal Touchstone.