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Approaches to teaching the works of John Dryden / edited by Jayne Lewis and Lisa Zunshine
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright New York : The Modern Language Association of America, 2013
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 4th Floor  PR3427.S78 A67 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject Dryden, John, 1631-1700 -- Study and teaching
Dryden, John, 1631-1700 -- Criticism and interpretation
Physical Description ix, 197 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Poetry. John Dryden's Trojan Horse : Religio laici / Anna Battigelli ; Dryden the Elegist : "To the Memory of Mr. Oldham" and "To the Pious Memory of...Anne Klligrew / Cedric D. Reverand III ; Reading Dryden's verse : Generic Control in the Killigrew Ode and Oldham Elegy / John Richetti ; Dryden's Sweet Saint : the Killigrew Ode in the Survey Course / Deborah Kennedy ; A King and No King : How to Use Dryden's Engagement of the Reader in Absalom and Achitophel / Christopher D. Johnson ; Absalom and Achitophel in an Eighteenth-Century Survey Course / Kirsten R. Wilcox ; Restoring Dryden to the Core Curriculum : Groups, Crowds, and the Poetry of Public Occasion / Ann A. House ; Forward from "Mac Flecknoe": British Literature, 1660 to the Present / Scott R. MacKenzie --
Drama. Introducing John Dryden the Dramatic / Margaret Anne Doody ; Teaching Marriage à-la-Mode in a Course on Restoration Comedy / Will Pritchard ; Teaching Dryden's Heroic plays / Daniel Gustafson and Elliott Visconsi ; Teaching the Passions in All for Love / Blair Hoxby ; Multimedia Dryden: All for Love and a Performative Baroque Aesthetic / Dianne Dugaw ; A Potion for Secret Love / Thomas F. Bonnell and Katie Sullivan ; "Hither This Way" : Musical Dryden for Nonmusician Students (and Nonmusician Teachers) / Amanda Eubanks Winkler and Kathryn Lowerre ; "Originally Shakespear's" : Adaptation, Critique, and All for Love and The Tempest / J. Caitlin Finlayson ; The State of Innocence and Paradise Lost: The Politics of Adaptation / Elizabeth Bobo --
Prose and Translation. Dryden and Rochester : Tracing Literary Rivalries in Dryden's Prefatory Texts / Jennifer Brady ; Forgetfulness and Authorial Presence in Dryden's Prose / Aaron Santesso ; Teaching Dryden's Latin Translations : Lucretius, Vergil, and the Honeybee / Adam Potkay ; Questioning Nature : Dryden's Fables, Ancient and Modern / Philip Smallwood
Summary "Offers pedagogical techniques ... including bringing issues of translation, adaptation, religion, literary rivalry, criticism, and occasional poetry ... Genres covered include satire, elegy, heroic tragedy, and comedy. Includes information on editions, translations, reference works, biographies, and online resources"-- Provided by publisher
NOTE 530423
Series Approaches to teaching world literature ; 126
Alternate Author Lewis, Jayne Elizabeth, editor of compilation
Zunshine, Lisa, editor of compilation

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