English Literary Studies, University of Victoria, 1983 - 106 páginas
This study of Dryden's dualities suggests that the double structures we find in his work go deeper than the superficial dialectic of his language. The liveliest parts of Dryden's works are those where divisions become most extreme, where he can exploit their poetic possibilities.
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