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Macflecknoe Getting rid of Us Softly With His Verse English Literature Essay
John Dryden's mock-heroic MacFlecknoe (1676) ridicules the "True-Blue-Protestant Poet" Thomas Shadwell, who was simply a ex - colleague and later a callous literary rival of Dryden, through what lately seventeenth-century Irish poet, Richard Flecknoe. Actually, during Dryden's period, Flecknoe became a name used synonymously with writing inferior poetry, and Shadwell, who symbolizes "Mac" (the kid of) Flecknoe [MacFlecknoe], as Dryden's satire shows, is another..
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