Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Daily Dose

From Dryden, by George Sainstbury (a volume in Morley's English Men of Letters)


"Poetry was with him, as, indeed, it should be, an end in itself; prose, as perhaps it should also be for the most part, only a means to an end."

From Chapter VI, Later Dramas and Prose Works

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