|Caption||John Dryden. The poet John Dryden (inset) won popularity at the expense of creating many personal enemies. One of these - no-one knows for certain who it was - arranged for the poet to be set upon and savagely beaten. Original artwork for illustration on p23 of Look and Learn issue no 950 (5 April 1980).|
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