The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 05
Free
The works of John Dryden, now first collected in eighteen volumes. Volume 05
By John Dryden
Free
Book Description

Table of Contents
  • WORKS
  • JOHN DRYDEN,
    • IN EIGHTEEN VOLUMES.
    • WITH NOTES,
    • A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
    • WALTER SCOTT, Esq.
    • VOL. V.
    • LONDON:
    • 1808.
  • CONTENTS
    • VOLUME FIFTH.
  • AMBOYNA:
    • CRUELTIES OF THE DUTCH
    • ENGLISH MERCHANTS.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • AMBOYNA.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE LORD CLIFFORD OF CHUDLEIGH[1].
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • AMBOYNA.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—A Castle on the Sea.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.—The Castle.
      • EPITHALAMIUM.
      • THE SEA-FIGHT.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.—A Wood.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.—A Table set out.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—A Castle on the Sea.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.—The Castle.
    • EPITHALAMIUM.
    • THE SEA-FIGHT.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.—A Wood.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.—A Table set out.
    • EPILOGUE
  • STATE OF INNOCENCE,
    • FALL OF MAN.
    • AN OPERA.
    • THE STATE OF INNOCENCE, &c.
    • TO HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, THE DUCHESS[1].
    • TO MR DRYDEN, ON HIS POEM OF PARADISE.
    • THE AUTHOR'S APOLOGY FOR HEROIC POETRY, AND POETIC LICENCE.
    • STATE OF INNOCENCE,
    • FALL OF MAN.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—Represents a Chaos, or a confused Mass of Matter; the Stage is almost wholly dark: A Symphony of warlike Music is heard for some time; then from the Heavens, (which are opened) fall the rebellious Angels, wheeling in Air, and seeming transfixed with Thunderbolts: The bottom of the Stage being opened, receives the Angels, who fall out of sight. Tunes of Victory are played, and an Hymn sung; Angels discovered above, brandishing their Swords: The Music ceasing, and the Heavens being closed, the Scene shifts, and on a sudden represents Hell: Part of the Scene is a Lake of Brimstone, or rolling Fire; the Earth of a burnt Colour: The fallen Angels appear on the Lake, lying prostrate; a Tune of Horror and Lamentation is heard.
      • ACT II. SCENE 1.—A Champaign Country.
      • SCENE II.—Paradise.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.—Paradise.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.—Paradise.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.—Paradise.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—Represents a Chaos, or a confused Mass of Matter; the Stage is almost wholly dark: A Symphony of warlike Music is heard for some time; then from the Heavens, (which are opened) fall the rebellious Angels, wheeling in Air, and seeming transfixed with Thunderbolts: The bottom of the Stage being opened, receives the Angels, who fall out of sight. Tunes of Victory are played, and an Hymn sung; Angels discovered above, brandishing their Swords: The Music ceasing, and the Heavens being closed, the Scene shifts, and on a sudden represents Hell: Part of the Scene is a Lake of Brimstone, or rolling Fire; the Earth of a burnt Colour: The fallen Angels appear on the Lake, lying prostrate; a Tune of Horror and Lamentation is heard.
    • ACT II. SCENE 1.—A Champaign Country.
    • SCENE II.—Paradise.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.—Paradise.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.—Paradise.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.—Paradise.
  • AURENG-ZEBE.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • AURENG-ZEBE.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE JOHN, EARL OF MULGRAVE, GENTLEMAN OF HIS MAJESTY'S BED-CHAMBER, AND KNIGHT OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE GARTER[1].
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • AURENG-ZEBE.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.
    • EPILOGUE
  • ALL FOR LOVE;
    • THE WORLD WELL LOST.
    • A TRAGEDY.
    • ALL FOR LOVE.
    • TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THOMAS, EARL OF DANBY, VISCOUNT LATIMER, AND BARON OSBORNE OF KIVETON IN YORKSHIRE; LORD HIGH TREASURER OF ENGLAND, ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S MOST HONOURABLE PRIVY COUNCIL, AND KNIGHT OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE GARTER[1].
    • PREFACE.
    • PROLOGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ.
    • ALL FOR LOVE;
    • WORLD WELL LOST.
      • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Temple of Isis.
      • ACT II. SCENE I.
      • ACT III. SCENE I.
      • ACT IV. SCENE I.
      • ACT V. SCENE I.
    • ACT I. SCENE I.—The Temple of Isis.
    • ACT II. SCENE I.
    • ACT III. SCENE I.
    • ACT IV. SCENE I.
    • ACT V. SCENE I.
    • EPILOGUE.
    • END OF THE FIFTH VOLUME.
    No review for this book yet, be the first to review.
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment
      You May Also Like
      Also Available On
      App store smallGoogle play small
      Categories
      Curated Lists
      • Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning (Information Science and Statistics)
        by Christopher M. Bishop
        Data mining
        by I. H. Witten
        The Elements of Statistical Learning: Data Mining, Inference, and Prediction
        by Various
        See more...
      • CK-12 Chemistry
        by Various
        Concept Development Studies in Chemistry
        by John Hutchinson
        An Introduction to Chemistry - Atoms First
        by Mark Bishop
        See more...
      • Microsoft Word - How to Use Advanced Algebra II.doc
        by Jonathan Emmons
        Advanced Algebra II: Activities and Homework
        by Kenny Felder
        de2de
        by
        See more...
      • The Sun Who Lost His Way
        by
        Tania is a Detective
        by Kanika G
        Firenze_s-Light
        by
        See more...
      • Java 3D Programming
        by Daniel Selman
        The Java EE 6 Tutorial
        by Oracle Corporation
        JavaKid811
        by
        See more...