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In short Settle was then thought a formidable Rival to Mr. Dryden; and "not only
the Town, but the University of Cambridge, was divided which to "prefer; and in
both places the younger sort inclined to Elkanah. Dennis. Pref. to Rem. on Horn.
men, as he is most unmerciful in his own Reflections on others, (h) With as good
right as his Holiness, he sets up for Poetical Infallibility, (i) Mr. DRYDEN only a
Versifyer. His whole Libel is all bad matter, beautify'd (which is all that 5 can be ...
A Clinias or a Damatas, or a man of Mr. Dryden's own Courage. Pag. 1 76. A
Knave.] Mr. Dryden has heard of Paul, the Knave of Jesus Christ: And if I mistake
not, I've read somewhere of John Dryden Servant to his Majesty. Pag. 57. 25 A
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review
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The Dunciad in Four Books
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