The Poetry Corner

John Dryden


A Letter To Sir George Etherege.[1]
A Song For St Cecilia's Day,[1] 1687.
A Song To A Fair Young Lady, Going Out Of Town In The Spring.
A Song.
Absalom And Achitophel.[1]
Alexander's Feast; Or, The Power Of Music.
All For Love
An Epilogue.
An Essay Upon Satire
Annus Mirabilis:
Astra Redux.
Britannia Rediviva
Epilogue For "The King's House."[1]
Epilogue To "Albion And Albanius."
Epilogue To "All For Love."
Epilogue To "Mithridates, King Of Pontus;" By Nathan Lee, 1678.
Epilogue To "Oedipus."
Epilogue To "The Husband His Own Cuckold." By Mr John Dryden, Jun., 1696.[1]
Epilogue To "The Man Of Mode; Or, Sir Fopling Flutter;" By Sir George Etherege, 1676.
Epilogue To "The Pilgrim."
Epilogue To Amboyna.
Epilogue To The Indian Emperor, By A Mercury.
Epilogue To The Indian Queen.
Epilogue To The Second Part Of The Conquest Of Granada.
Epilogue To The Wild Gallant, When Revived.
Epilogue, Intended To Have Been Spoken By The Lady Hen. Mar. Wentworth, When "Calisto"[1] Was Acted At Court.
Epilogue, Spoken At Oxford, By Mrs Marshall.
Epilogue, Spoken By The Same.
Epitaph On Mrs Margaret Paston, Of Burningham In Norfolk.
Epitaph On Sir Palmes Fairbone's Tomb In Westminster Abbey.
Epitaph On The Lady Whitmore.
Heroic Stanzas On The Death Of Oliver Cromwell, Written After His Funeral.
Incantation In Oedipus.
Mac Flecknoe.[1]
On The Death Of A Very Young Gentleman.
On The Death Of Amyntas.
On The Death Of Lord Hastings.[1]
On The Death Of Mr Purcell.
On The Monument Of A Fair Maiden Lady[1], Who Died At Bath, And Is There Interred.
On The Monument Of The Marquis Of Winchester.[1]
On The Young Statesmen.
Palamon And Arcite: Or, The Knight's Tale.
Prologue To "Albion And Albanius."
Prologue To "Albumazar."[1]
Prologue To "Arvirgus And Philicia Revived."
Prologue To "Aurengzebe."
Prologue To "Circe," A Tragic Opera; By Dr Davenant,[1] 1675.
Prologue To "Csar Borgia;"[1] By Nathan Lee, 1680.
Prologue To "Don Sebastian." Spoken By A Woman.
Prologue To "King Arthur." Spoken By Mr Betterton.
Prologue To "Limberham."
Prologue To "Oedipus."
Prologue To "Sophonisba,"
Prologue To "The Earl Of Essex; Or, The Unhappy Favourite;" By Mr J. Banks, 1682.
Prologue To "The King And Queen."[1]
Prologue To "The Loyal Brother; Or, The Persian Prince;"[1] By Mr Southern, 1682.
Prologue To "The Loyal General;" By Mr Tate, 1680.
Prologue To "The Mistakes." By Joseph Harris, Comedian, 1690. (Written By Some Other.)
Prologue To "The Pilgrim." By Beaumont And Fletcher.
Prologue To "The Prophetess."[1] By Beaumont And Fletcher.
Prologue To "Troilus And Cressida."
Prologue To Amboyna.[1]
Prologue To Sir Martin Marr-All.
Prologue To The Indian Queen.
Prologue To The Rival Ladies.
Prologue To The Tempest.
Prologue To The University Of Oxford, 1674.
Prologue To The University Of Oxford, Spoken By Mr Hart, At The Acting Of "The Silent Woman."
Prologue To The University Of Oxford.
Prologue To Tyrannic Love.
Prologue. Spoken At The Opening Of The New House, March 26, 1674.
Prologue. Spoken The First Day Of The King's House Acting After The Fire Of London.
Prologue[1] To His Royal Highness,
Prologue[1] To The University Of Oxford, 1681.
Religio Laici; Or, A Layman's Faith.
Satire On The Dutch.[1]
Song In The "Maiden Queen."
Song Of A Scholar And His Mistress,
Song Of Jealousy, In Love Triumphant.
Song Of The Sea-Fight, In Amboyna.
Song. Farewell, Fair Armida.
Songs In "The Conquest Of Granada."
Songs In Albion And Albanius.
Songs In King Arthur.
Songs In The "Indian Emperor."
The Character Of A Good Parson.[1]
The Cock And The Fox: Or, The Tale Of The Nun's Priest.
The Fair Stranger.[1]
The Flower And The Leaf: Or, The Lady In The Arbour.[1]
The Hind And The Panther.
The Lady's Song.[1]
The Medal.[1]
The Secular Masque.[1]
The Tears Of Amynta, For The Death Of Damon.
The Wife Of Bath, Her Tale.
Threnodia Augustalis:
To Henry Higden,[1] Esq., On His Translation Of The Tenth Satire Of Juvenal.
To Her Grace The Duchess Of Ormond,[1]
To Her Royal Highness The Duchess,[1]
To His Friend The Author, John Hoddesdon, On His Divine Epigrams.
To His Sacred Majesty.
To Mr Granville,[1] On His Excellent Tragedy Called "Heroic Love."
To Mr Lee, On His "Alexander."
To Mr Southerne, On His Comedy Called "The Wives' Excuse."
To My Dear Friend Mr Congreve, On His Comedy Called "The Double-Dealer."
To My Friend Mr J. Northleigh, Author Of "The Parallel," On His "Triumph Of The British Monarchy."
To My Friend Mr Motteux,[1] On His Tragedy Called "Beauty In Distress."
To My Honoured Friend Dr Charleton
To My Honoured Friend Sir Robert Howard,[1] On His Excellent Poems.
To My Honoured Kinsman, John Dryden,[1] Of Chesterton, In The County Of Huntingdon, Esq.
To Sir Godfrey Kneller, Principal Painter To His Majesty.[1]
To The Duchess Of York, On Her Return From Scotland In The Year 1682.
To The Earl Of Roscommon, On His Excellent Essay On Translated Verse.
To The Lady Castlemain,[1] Upon Her Encouraging His First Play.
To The Lord Chancellor Hyde.[1]
To The Memory Of Mr Oldham.[1]
To The Pious Memory Of The Accomplished Young Lady Mrs Anne Killigrew,[1] Excellent In The Two Sister Arts Of Poesy And Painting.
Under Mr Milton's Picture, Before His Paradise Lost.[1]
Upon The Death Of The Earl Of Dundee.[1]
Upon Young Mr Rogers Of Gloucestershire.
Veni Creator Spiritus, Paraphrased.