John Dryden was England's most outstanding and controversial writer for the last four decades of the seventeenth century. He dominated the literary world as a satirist, a skilled and versatile dramatist, a pioneer of literary criticism, a writer of religious poetry, and an eloquent translator from the great classical poets. The present book discusses Dryden's career both chronologically and thematically, taking issue with his enemies' denigration of his integrity, and revealing him as a subtle, passionate and sceptical writer.
Always the bridesmaid...? Violet Huntingdon-Cross is always the bridesmaid - but given her disastrous romantic past, that's fine by her! Then she meets gorgeous journalist Tom Buckley, and suddenly Violet realises he's the biggest threat to her heart yet! Tom might be writing a book about Violet's father but this beautiful bridesmaid is a total distraction! Now Tom needs to persuade her he is different to all the other guys...and help her realise love isn't just something that happens to other people...
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