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John Dryden

A List of Critical Studies, 1895-1948

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Samuel Holt Monk

John Dryden

Professor Monk has grouped his 768 main entries (many of which include several related items) under eleven major headings: (I) bibliography and canon, (II) editions, (III) biography, (IV) general criticism, (V) nondramatic poems, (VI) dramas, (VII) prologues and epilogues, (VIII) critical writings, (IX) miscellanies, (X) translations, and (XI) foreign reputation and influence. Some of these groups are in turn subdivided: where a considerable number of studies of a given work (e.g., All for love) or a subgenre (e.g. the heroic play) have been published, these are grouped together under the major heading to which they belong.

-JSTOR: Modern Philology, Vol. 48, No. 3 (Feb., 1951), pp. 205-210

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David J. Latt is a former assistant professor of English at Rhode Island College.

Samuel Holt Monk was a Professor at the University of Minnesota. During his career he published a number of books, and received various professional honors.

Samuel Holt Monk was a professor emeritus of English at the University of Minnesota.

John Dryden

Professor Monk has grouped his 768 main entries (many of which include several related items) under eleven major headings: (I) bibliography and canon, (II) editions, (III) biography, (IV) general criticism, (V) nondramatic poems, (VI) dramas, (VII) prologues and epilogues, (VIII) critical writings, (IX) miscellanies, (X) translations, and (XI) foreign reputation and influence. Some of these groups are in turn subdivided: where a considerable number of studies of a given work (e.g., All for love) or a subgenre (e.g. the heroic play) have been published, these are grouped together under the major heading to which they belong.

-JSTOR: Modern Philology, Vol. 48, No. 3 (Feb., 1951), pp. 205-210