The Works of John Dryden: Plays: The Kind Keeper, The Spanish Fryar, The Duke of Guise, and The Vindication - Vol. XIV

The Works of John Dryden: Plays: The Kind Keeper, The Spanish Fryar, The Duke of Guise, and The Vindication - Vol. XIV

The Works of John Dryden: Plays: The Kind Keeper, The Spanish Fryar, The Duke of Guise, and The Vindication - Vol. XIV

The Works of John Dryden: Plays: The Kind Keeper, The Spanish Fryar, The Duke of Guise, and The Vindication - Vol. XIV

Synopsis

Kept women, comic clerics, and political schemers enliven the four plays in this volume of the California Dryden. Dryden asserted that The Kind Keeper was a moral play, dedicated to exposing the "crying sin" of keeping a mistress. The production was closed after three nights, but whether because of the play's success in moralizing, or in exposing, is hard to know.
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