Richard J. Wood is an Associate Lecturer in English Literature at Sheffield Hallam University, where he completed his doctorate on Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia. He is the Associate Editor of Chapters VI-VIII of The Year's Work in English Studies (Oxford University Press) and writes the entries on Sidney and Spenser for the same publication. He is the author of journal articles on Sidney in Early Modern Literary Studies and the Sidney Journal, and has contributed an essay to the collection, Essex: The Life and Times of an Elizabethan Courtier (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013).
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