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Bibliography of John Dryden

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John Dryden was a prolific poet, literary critic, translator, and playwright. Here is a more complete bibliography of his works:

  • Astraea Redux, 1660
  • Annus Mirabilis (poem), 1667
  • An Essay of Dramatick Poesie, 1668
  • Absalom and Achitophel, 1681
  • Mac Flecknoe, 1682
  • The Medal, 1682
  • Religio Laici, 1682
  • To the Memory of Mr. Oldham, 1684
  • Threnodia Augustalis, 1685
  • The Hind and the Panther, 1687
  • A Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687
  • Britannia Rediviva, 1688, written to mark the birth of James, Prince of Wales.
  • Epigram on Milton, 1688
  • Creator Spirit, by whose aid, 1690. Translation of Rabanus Maurus' Veni Creator Spiritus
  • The Works of Virgil, 1697
  • Alexander's Feast, 1697
  • Fables, Ancient and Modern, 1700
  • The Art of Satire
  • Dramatic Works
    • The Wild Gallant, a Comedy (1663/1669)
    • The Rival Ladies, a Tragi-Comedy (1663/1664)
    • The Indian Queen, a Tragedy (1664/1665)
    • The Indian Emperor, or the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards (1665/)
    • Secret Love, or the Maiden Queen (1667/)
    • Sir Martin Mar-all, or the Feigned Innocence, a Comedy (1667/1668)
    • The Tempest, or the Enchanted Island, a Comedy (1667/1670), an adaptation with William D'Avenant of Shakespeare's The Tempest
    • An Evening's Love, or the Mock Astrology, a Comedy (1668/1668)
    • Tyrannick Love, or the Royal Martyr, a Tragedy (1668 or 1669/1670)
    • Almanzor and Almahide, or the Conquest of Granada by the Spaniards, a Tragedy, Part I & Part II (1669 or 1670/1672)
    • Marriage-a-la-Mode, a Comedy (1673/1673)
    • The Assignation, or Love in a Nunnery, a Comedy (1672/1673)
    • Amboyna; or the Cruelties of the Dutch to the English Merchants, a Tragedy (1673/1673)
    • The Mistaken Husband (comedy) (1674/1675)[45]
    • The State of Innocence, and Fall of Man, an Opera (/1674)
    • Aureng-Zebe, a Tragedy (1676/1676)
    • All for Love, or the World Well Lost, a Tragedy (1678/1678)
    • Limberham, or the Kind Keeper, a Comedy (/1678)
    • Oedipus, a Tragedy (1678 or 1679/1679), an adaptation with Nathaniel Lee of Sophocles' Oedipus
    • Troilus and Cressida, or Truth found too late, a Tragedy (/1679)
    • The Spanish Friar, or the Double Discovery (1681 or 1682/)
    • The Duke of Guise, a Tragedy (1682/1683) with Nathaniel Lee
    • Albion and Albanius, an Opera (1685/1685)
    • Don Sebastian, a Tragedy (1690/1690)
    • Amphitryon, or the Two Sosias, a Comedy (1690/1690)
    • King Arthur, or the British Worthy, a Dramatic Opera (1691/1691)
    • Cleomenes, the Spartan Hero, a Tragedy (1692/1692)
    • Love Triumphant, or Nature will prevail, a Tragedy (1693 or 1694/1693 or 1694)
    • The Secular Masque (1700/1700)


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