Anthea Hume's scientific contributions

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... Spenser was an Anglican and more specifically a Protestant; furthermore, during his early years, he was deeply influenced by Puritanism. As Hume (1984) stated, "The religion to which he [Spenser] adhered throughout his life was fervent Protestantism which requires the label 'Puritan' during a specific period". According to Abrams (2000), "In his [Spenser's] early days, he was strongly influenced by Puritanism [and] remained a thoroughgoing Protestant all his life". ...