On reading Dryden - Dryden's comedies - Dryden and the tradition of serious drama - An aspect of the Baroque in Dryden's art and criticism - Dryden's panegyrics and lyrics - "Absalom and Achitophel" and Dryden's political cosmos - Dryden and satire - Forms and motives of narrative poetry - Dryden and the classics - Dryden and seventeenth-century prose style.
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Dryden and the Tradition of Serious Drama
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