In this Book
The most recent version of De Arte Graphica, Saintsbury's late nineteenth-century reissue of Scott's edition, based the text of the translated matter on an edition that was heavily revised by someone other than Dryden. In fact, only one of the pieces offered here, the brief Character of Saint-Evremond, has appeared complete in a twentieth-century edition. The commentary in this volume supplies biographical and bibliographical contexts for these pieces and draws attention to the views on history and historians, poetry and painting, Virgil and translation, which Dryden expresses in them.
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Table of Contents
- De Arte Graphica
- pp. 36-37
- The Judgment of Du Fresnoy on the Works of Painters
- pp. 198-207
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- B. Reflections and Notes on The Annals of Tacitus, Book I
- pp. 434-434