The Works of John Dryden, Volume I: Poems, 1649-1680
This volume contains the poems of Dryden extending from 1649 to 1680. Along with the poems of Dryden and associated extensive commentaries and textual notes from the editors, this volume contains the dramatic prologues and epilogues Dryden wrote for the plays of other writers from this period of time.
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Prologue to Arviragus Revivd
Prologue and Epilogue to the University of Oxford 1674
Epilogue to The Man of Mode
Prologue at Oxford 1680 1679
Account of the poem
Prologue to Caesar Borgia
Prologue to the University of Oxford 1680
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