The Poetical Works of John Dryden, Volume 2 eBook

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DRYDEN’S POEMS.1
EPISTLE I.1
FOOTNOTES: 2
EPISTLE II3
FOOTNOTES: 4
EPISTLE III.4
FOOTNOTES: 5
EPISTLE IV.5
FOOTNOTES: 6
EPISTLE V.6
FOOTNOTES: 8
EPISTLE VI.8
FOOTNOTES: 9
EPISTLE VII.9
FOOTNOTES: 10
EPISTLE VIII.10
FOOTNOTES: 11
EPISTLE IX.11
FOOTNOTES: 11
EPISTLE X.11
EPISTLE XI.13
FOOTNOTES: 14
EPISTLE XII.14
FOOTNOTES: 15
EPISTLE XIII.15
FOOTNOTES: 19
EPISTLE XIV.[32]19
FOOTNOTES: 22
EPISTLE XV.22
ELEGIES AND EPITAPHS.23
I.23
FOOTNOTES: 24
II.24
III.24
FOOTNOTES: 27
III.27
FOOTNOTES: 27
IV.27
FOOTNOTES: 37
V.37
VI.38
VII.39
VIII.40
IX.40
X.40
XI.41
FOOTNOTES: 41
XII41
FOOTNOTES: 42
XIII.42
XIV.42
FOOTNOTES: 42
SONGS, ODES, AND A MASQUE43
FOOTNOTES: 43
II43
FOOTNOTES: 43
III.43
FOOTNOTES: 44
IV.44
V.45
FOOTNOTES: 45
VI.45
VII.45
VIII.46
IX.46
X.46
XI.47
XII.47
XIII.48
XIV.48
XV.49
XVI.49
XVIII.51
XIX.52
XX.52
XXI54
FOOTNOTES: 56
XXII.56
PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES.57
I.57
PROLOGUE TO THE RIVAL LADIES.57
II.58
PROLOGUE TO THE INDIAN QUEEN.58
EPILOGUE TO THE INDIAN QUEEN.58
IV.58
EPILOGUE TO THE INDIAN EMPEROR,58
V.59
PROLOGUE TO SIR MARTIN MARR-ALL.59
VI.59
PROLOGUE TO THE TEMPEST.59
VII.60
PROLOGUE TO TYRANNIC LOVE.60
VIII.61
EPILOGUE TO THE WILD GALLANT,61
IX.61
X.62
EPILOGUE TO THE SECOND PART OF THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA.62
XI.63
PROLOGUE TO AMBOYNA.[46]63
FOOTNOTES: 63
XII.63
EPILOGUE TO AMBOYNA.63
XIII.64
FOOTNOTES: 65
XIV.65
PROLOGUE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, 1674.65
FOOTNOTES: 66
XV.66
PROLOGUE TO “CIRCE,” A TRAGIC OPERA;66
FOOTNOTES: 66
XVI.67
FOOTNOTES: 67
XVII.67
PROLOGUE TO “AURENGZEBE.”67
FOOTNOTES: 68
XVIII.68
EPILOGUE TO “THE MAN OF MODE; OR, SIR FOPLING FLUTTER;”68
XIX.69
EPILOGUE TO “ALL FOR LOVE.”69
XX.69
PROLOGUE TO “LIMBERHAM.”69
XXI.70
EPILOGUE TO “MITHRIDATES, KING OF PONTUS;”70
XXII.70
PROLOGUE TO “OEDIPUS.”71
XXIII.71
EPILOGUE TO “OEDIPUS.”71
XXIV.72
PROLOGUE TO “TROILUS AND CRESSIDA.”72
XXV.73
PROLOGUE TO “CAESAR BORGIA;"[54]73
FOOTNOTES: 73
XXVI.74
PROLOGUE TO “SOPHONISBA,”74
FOOTNOTES: 74
XXVII.74
PROLOGUE TO “THE LOYAL GENERAL;”74
FOOTNOTES: 75
XXVIII.75
FOOTNOTES: 76
XXIX.76
FOOTNOTES: 76
XXX.77
PROLOGUE TO “THE EARL OF ESSEX; OR, THE UNHAPPY FAVOURITE;”77
XXXI.77
EPILOGUE FOR “THE KING’S HOUSE."[59]77
FOOTNOTES: 78
XXXII.78
PROLOGUE TO “THE LOYAL BROTHER; OR, THE PERSIAN PRINCE;"[60]78
FOOTNOTES: 79
XXXIII.79
PROLOGUE TO “THE KING AND QUEEN."[63]79
FOOTNOTES: 80
XXXIV.80
PROLOGUE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD,80
XXXV.81
XXXVI.82
FOOTNOTES: 83
XXXVII.83
PROLOGUE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.83
XXXVIII.83
PROLOGUE TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.83
XXXIX.84
PROLOGUE TO “ALBION AND ALBANIUS.”84
XL.85
EPILOGUE TO “ALBION AND ALBANIUS.”85
XLI.85
PROLOGUE TO “ARVIRGUS AND PHILICIA REVIVED.”85
XLII.86
PROLOGUE TO “DON SEBASTIAN.”86
XLIII.87
PROLOGUE TO “THE PROPHETESS."[65]87
FOOTNOTES: 88
XLIV.88
PROLOGUE TO “THE MISTAKES.”88
XLV.89
PROLOGUE TO “KING ARTHUR.”89
XLVI.90
PROLOGUE TO “ALBUMAZAR."[67]90
FOOTNOTES: 91
XLVII.91
XLVIII.92
EPILOGUE TO “THE HUSBAND HIS OWN CUCKOLD.”92
FOOTNOTES: 92
XLIX.93
PROLOGUE TO “THE PILGRIM.”93
FOOTNOTES: 94
L.94
EPILOGUE TO “THE PILGRIM.”94
FOOTNOTES: 94
TALES FROM CHAUCER.95
TO HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF ORMOND,[71]116
FOOTNOTES: 119
PALAMON AND ARCITE: 119
BOOK I.119
BOOK II.130
BOOK III.141
FOOTNOTES: 176
THE FLOWER AND THE LEAF: 176
FOOTNOTES: 187
THE WIFE OF BATH, HER TALE.188
FOOTNOTES: 197
THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD PARSON.[80]197
FOOTNOTES: 200
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