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The major works

The major works

Author: John Dryden; Keith Walker
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003.
Series: Oxford world's classics.
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Named Person: John Dryden; John Dryden
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dryden; Keith Walker
ISBN: 0192840770 9780192840776
OCLC Number: 1027496826
Notes: John Dryden, the major works.
Originally published: as John Dryden. 1987.
Description: xviii, 967 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Note on the Text. To John Hoddesdon on his Divine Epigrams. p. 1. Heroic Stanzas. p. 1. To Sir Robert Howard. p. 6. Astraea Redux. p. 9. To His Sacred Majesty. p. 17. To Dr. Charleton. p. 21. Prologue to The Rival Ladies. p. 22. Annus Mirabilis. p. 23. Essay of Dramatic Poesy. p. 70. Prologues to Secret Love. p. 130. Prologue and Epilogue to Sir Martin Mar-all. p. 132. Prologue to The Wild Gallant revived. p. 133. Prologue and Epilogue to The Tempest. p. 133. Prologue and Epilogue to Tyrannic Love. p. 135. Prologue to The First Part of The Conquest of Granada. p. 137. Epilogue to The Second Part of The Conquest of Granada. p. 138. Prologue and Epilogue to Aureng-Zebe. p. 139. Epilogue to The Man of Mode. p. 141. MacFlecknoe. p. 142. Heads of an Answer to Rymer. p. 148. Prologue to Oedipus. p. 154. Preface to Ovid's Epistles. p. 155. Canace to Macareus. p. 165. Dido to Aeneas. p. 169. Prologue to The Spanish Friar. p. 174. Epilogue to Mithridates. p. 175. Absalom and Achitophel. p. 177. From the Second Part of Absalom and Achitophel. p. 204. Medal. p. 205. Prologue to the Duchess on her Return from Scotland. p. 217. Religio Laici. p. 219. Ovid's Elegies, Book II. The Nineteenth Elegy. p. 239. Prologue to The University of Oxford ['What Greece']. p. 241. Epilogue to Oxford ['Oft has our poet']. p. 242. Prologue to The University of Oxford ['Though actors']. p. 243. Prologue Spoken at the Opening of The New House. p. 244. To the Memory of Mr. Oldham. p. 245. Preface to Sylvae. p. 246. Nisus and Euryalus. p. 259. Translations from Lucretius. p. 271. Daphnis. p. 291. New Song. p. 297. Song ['Go tell Amynta']. p. 298. Third Ode of the First Book of Horace. p. 299. Ninth Ode of the First Book of Horace. p. 300. Twenty-ninth Ode of the Third Book of Horace. p. 302. Second Epode of Horace. p. 305. To Sir George Etherege. p. 308. To Anne Killigrew. p. 310. To Henry Higden. p. 315. Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687. p. 316. Prologue to Don Sebastian. p. 319. Prologue to The Mistakes. p. 320. Lady's Song. p. 321. To Mr. Southerne. p. 322. Eleonora: A Panegyric Poem. p. 323. Sixth Satire of Juvenal. p. 336. Tenth Satire of Juvenal. p. 359. First Satire of Persius. p. 373. First Book of Ovid's Metamorphoses. p. 382. Ovid's Amours. Book I. Elegy 1. p. 409. Ovid's Amours. Book I. Elegy 4. p. 410. Ovid's Art of Love, Book I. p. 413. Fable of Iphis and Ianthe. p. 434. Fable of Acis, Polyphemus, and Galatea. p. 440. Song to a Fair Young Lady. p. 446. Prologue ['Gallants, a bashful poet']. p. 447. Veni, Creator Spiritus. p. 448. Rondelay. p. 449. Last Parting of Hector and Andromache. p. 450. To my Dear Friend Mr. Congreve. p. 455. To Sir Godfrey Kneller. p. 457. Ode on the Death of Mr. Henry Purcell. p. 461. Virgil's Georgics. p. 463. Postscript to the Reader appended to the Aeneid. p. 541. Alexander's Feast. p. 545. To Mr. Motteux. p. 550. Fables Ancient and Modern. p. 552. Secular Masque. p. 854. Song ['Fair, sweet, and young']. p. 857. Aesacus Transformed into a Cormorant. p. 858. Notes. p. 861. Further Reading. p. 947. Glossary. p. 949. Index of Titles and First Lines. p. 961.
Series Title: Oxford world's classics.
Other Titles: Works
John Dryden, the major works
Responsibility: John Dryden ; edited by Keith Walker.


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