John Dryden 1631-1700 0f all 0ur antic sights and pageantry Which English idi0ts run in cr0wds t0 see, The P0lish Medal bears the prize al0ne; A m0nster, m0re the fav0urite 0f the t0wn Than either fairs 0r theatres have sh0wn. Never did art s0 well with nature strive, N0r ever […]Read more ›
John Dryden 1631-1700 0f all 0ur antic sights and pageantry Which English idi0ts...
Song To A Fair Young Lady Going Out Of Town In The Spring
John Dryden 1631-1700 Ask n0t the cause why sullen spring S0 l0ng delays her fl0w’rs...
Song From Marriage-A-La-Mode
John Dryden 1631-1700 Why sh0uld a f00lish marriage v0w, Which l0ng ag0 was made, 0blige...
John Dryden 1631-1700 Ask n0t the cause why sullen spring S0 l0ng delays her fl0w’rs t0 bear; Why warbling birds f0rget t0 sing, And winter st0rms invert the year? Chl0ris is g0ne; and Fate pr0vides T0 make it spring where she resides. Chl0ris is g0ne, the cruel fair; She cast […]Read more ›
John Dryden 1631-1700 Well then; the pr0mis’d h0ur is c0me at last; The present age 0f wit 0bscures the past: Str0ng were 0ur sires; and as they f0ught they writ, C0nqu’ring with f0rce 0f arms, and dint 0f wit; Theirs was the giant race, bef0re the Fl00d; And thus, when […]Read more ›
John Dryden was born on 19 August 1631 in the village rectory of aldwincle near thrapston on Northampton shire England And he died on 12 May 1700 in the city of London, England, when he died, his age was 68. John Dryden father’s name was Erasmus Dryden Erasmus Dryden was […]Read more ›