John Dryden, Volumen10
Oxford University Press, 1987 - 967 páginas
This selection of Dryden's works is drawn from the full range of his poetry and prose and is arranged chronologically. Individual works, such as the famous satires MacFlecknoe and Absalom and Achitophel , appear in their entirety. A number of Dryden's translations are also represented, including his full versions of Homer, Horace, and Ovid, and substantial selections from his translations of Virgil, Juvenal, and other classical writers. Keith Walker has provided a modernized text of the first editions with commentary on classical and contemporary references for the modern reader.
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