The best of Dryden.

; Bredvold, Louis I. (Louis Ignatius), 1888-
New York : Ronald Press, [1933] .

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Other Authors Bredvold, Louis I. 1888-
Subjects English poetry.
Description xliv, 572 pages ; 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1933]
Notes "Selected bibliography": pages 563-567.
Also issued online.
Contents A song for St. Cecilia's day, November 22, 1687 -- Lines on Milton -- To my dear friend Mr. Congreve, on his comedy called The double dealer -- To Sir Godfrey Kneller -- Alexander's feast; or, the power of music; an ode in honor of St. Cecilia's day, 1697 -- The second book of theÆneis -- Sigismonda and Guiscardo, from Boccacce -- To my honor'd kinsman, John Driden, or Chesterton -- Prose. An essay of dramatic poesy -- A defence of an essay of dramatic poesy -- Preface to Sylvæ: or the second part of the poetical miscellanies, 1685 -- Preface to the fables.
Absalom and Achitophel -- From the Second part of Absalom and Achitophel -- The medal, a satire against sedition -- Mac Flecknoe; or, a satire upon the true-blue-Protestant poet, T.X. -- Religio Laici; or, a layman's faith -- To the memory of Mr. Oldham -- The twenty-ninth ode of the third book of Horace -- To the pious memory of Mrs. Anne Killigrew. An ode -- The hind and the panther. A poem, in three parts
Poetry. Upon the death of the Lord Hastings -- Heroic stanzas, to the memory of His Highness, Oliver, late lard protector of this commonwealth -- To my honor'd friend Sir Robert Howard -- Astræa Redux. A poem on the happy restoration and return of his sacred majesty Charles the second -- To his sacred majesty. A panegyric on his coronation -- To my honor'd friend Dr. Charleton -- To the Lady Castlemaine, upon her encouraging his first play -- Annus Mirabilis: the year of wonders, 1666. An historical poem
Prologues and epilogues. Prologue to secret love, or the maiden queen -- Prologue and epilogue to Sir Martin Mar-All, or the feigned innocence -- Prologue and epilogue to the tempest -- Porlogue and epilogue to the University of Oxford, 1674 -- Prologue and epilogue to Aurung-Zebe -- Prologue to the University of Oxford
Songs and lyrical pieces. The tears of Amynta for the death of Damon -- Song: Sylvia the fair, in the bloom of fifteen Rondelay -- The fair stranger -- From the Indian emperor -- From Tyrannic love -- From The conquest of Granada, song of the Zambra dance -- From Marriage a la mode -- From Troilus and Cressida -- From The Spanish friar -- From Amphitryon -- From King Arthur -- From the same, Harvest song -- From the same, Song of Venus -- An ode on the death of Mr. Purcell -- Veni creator spiritus
Network Numbers (OCoLC)355195
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WorldCat Identities Dryden, John, 1631-1700.
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