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An elegant and witty writer, poet laureate from 1668, Dryden was on of the majordramatists, critics and poets of his age.
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Dryden has sometimes been regarded as a writer narrowly of his period, a Restoration satirist whose work is largely concerned with the personalities, debates, and tastes of his own age. In this study David Hopkins shows him to be both a man of his time and a writer for all times - a great philosophical poet, the author of penetrating and exhilarating verse of general and permanent interest about love, the natural world, and the laws of human life.About the Author:
David Hopkins is Professor of English Literature, University of Bristol.
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