Dryden, Essay of Dramatick Poesie - Jack Lynch.
John Dryden was English poet, dramatist and critic, was the leading literary figure of the restoration age. He was father of English literary criticism. Dryden wrote to (1668) In this essay, he favors to the ancient and modern theater. He gives to defense of play in his essay and also he debit of French and English drama who is truth in his essay.
Dryden's Essay of Dramatic Poesy is A. an informal essay in the form of a series of diary entries. B. a formal essay in the form of an instructional lecture. C. an informal essay in the form of a conversation among friends. D. a formal essay in the form of a political speech.
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The story ofAnEssay of Dramatic Poesyhas 4 debaters among whom, Neander is the one who holds the views of Dryden. As opposed to other personas, Neander will not diminish the arguments which can be on unlike his opinions. Though this individual himself favors modern drama, he would not blame other folks. An essay of dramatic poesy.
An essay of Dramatic poesy (John Dryden) An essay of dramatic poesy written by john Dryden and he was master of in his works at also best dramatic writer in that time. John Dryden (1631-1700), English poet, dramatist, and critic, was the leading literary figure of the restoration age.
John Dryden in his essay “ An Essay on Dramatic Poesy ”, gives an account of Neo-classical drama saying that it is an imitation of life, and reflects human nature clearly. He also discusses the three unities, rules that requires a play to take in one place, during one day and that it develops one single actions or plot.
JOHN DRYDEN'S DRAMATIC POESY THINKING ACTIVITY: DRYDEN'S DRAMATIC POESY Welcome: Dryden's Essay: Of Dramatic Poesy: Short Video Lectures and Quiz.. No I don't think that the arguments presented in favour of the French plays and against English plays are appropriate.