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Dryden’s Correspondence

Perhaps the most unheralded literary event of recent months was an item titled The Correspondence of John Dryden,[1] published by Manchester University Press and edited by two worthies unlikely to be household names, although they’ve done a masterly job. But Dryden’s name sets off almost no sparks among literary folk, the only possible audience for […]

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