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Brown, Richard Danson (2019). The art of The Faerie Queene. The Manchester Spenser. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Brown, Richard Danson (2009). Louis MacNeice and the Poetry of the 1930s. Writers and their Work. Tavistock, UK: Northcote House Publishers Ltd.

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Brown, Richard Danson (2022). Literature and Form in the Renaissance. In: Rabinowitz, Paula and Hadfield, Andrew eds. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. Oxfordre.com. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press.

Brown, Richard Danson (2019). Caring to turn back: overhearing Spenser in Donne. In: Ryzhik, Yulia ed. Spenser and Donne: Thinking Poets. The Manchester Spenser, 1. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 13–31.

Brown, Richard Danson (2019). Wise wights in privy places: rhyme and stanza form in Spenser and Chaucer. In: Stenner, Rachel; Badcoe, Tamsin and Griffith, Gareth eds. Rereading Chaucer and Spenser: Dan Geffrey with the New Poete. The Manchester Spenser. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 113–136.

Brown, Richard Danson (2011). 'Can't we ever, my love, speak in the same language?': everyday language and creative tension in the poetry of Louis MacNeice. In: Swann, Joan; Pope, Rob and Carter, Ronald eds. Creativity in Language and Literature: The State of the Art. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 39–54.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). ‘I would abate the sternenesse of my stile’: diction and poetic subversion in Two Cantos of Mutabilitie’. In: Grogan, Jane ed. Celebrating Mutabilitie: Essays on Edmund Spenser’s Mutabilitie Cantos. Manchester Spenser. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 275–294.

Brown, Richard Danson (2007). Everyman’s progresses: Louis MacNeice’s dialogues with Bunyan. In: Owens, W. R. and Sim, Stuart eds. Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Religions and discourse (33). Oxford, UK: Peter Lang, pp. 147–163.

Brown, Richard Danson (2006). MacNeice in Fairy Land. In: Lethbridge, J. B. ed. Edmund Spenser: New and Renewed Directions. Madison, U.S.A.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 352–369.

Brown, Richard Danson (2005). His lights are not ours: W. B. Yeats and the wartime poems of Louis MacNeice. In: Harte, Liam; Whelan, Yvonne and Crotty, Patrick eds. Ireland: space, text, time. Dublin, Ireland: Liffey Press, pp. 113–123.

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Miller, David Lee; Anderson, Judith H.; Brown, Richard Danson; Dolven, Jeff; Gross, Ken; Nohrnberg, James and Ramachandran, Ayesha (2020). Responses to Harry R. Berger, Resisting Allegory: interpretive delirium in Spenser's "Faerie Queene". Spenser Review, 50(2), article no. 50.2.2..

Brown, Richard Danson; Berry, Craig A.; Hadfield, Andrew and Grogan, Jane (2019). Editorial Introduction: Creative Responses to Spenser; Spenserian Poetry. Spenser Review, 49(3), article no. 1.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). “Modern Bondage” or reading for rhyme. The English Review, 20(4) pp. 2–5.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). C Day-Lewis: A Life. The Modern Language Review, 105(4) pp. 859–860.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). W.S. Graham: I Leave This At Your Ear. The English Review, 19(2) pp. 9–12.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). Book review: John Stubbs, 'Donne: The Reformed Soul'. Yearbook of English Studies, 38(1 & 2) pp. 272–274.

Brown, Richard Danson (2002). 'Your thoughts make shape like snow': Louis MacNeice on Stephen Spender. Twentieth-Century Literature, 48(3) pp. 292–323.

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