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Cavanagh's discussion focuses on key figures like Gloriana, Duessa, Una, Mirabella, Florimell, and Amoret, pointing up the ways in which Spenser's presentation of the feminine devalues it and delimits its potential for virtuous action or for power.
In other words, they preserve an injunction to absolute abstraction: Buchwald's line, as Michael Fried said of Jackson Pollock's, "bounds and delimits nothing--except, in a sense, eyesight.