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If your quarrel (said Eugenius) to those who now write, be grounded onely upon your reverence to Antiquity, there is no man more ready to adore those great Greeks and Romans than I am: but on the other side, I cannot think so contemptibly of the Age I live in, or so dishonourably of my own Countrey, as not to judge we equal the Ancients in most kinds of Poesie.
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John Dryden (1668–1701), was a writer. He was second son of the poet John Dryden (1631–1700) and was educated at Westminster and University College, Oxford.
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