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The poetic tradition of Pope and Dryden was dead in America and no longer influenced the post-Revolution poets who were striving for an identity that was peculiarly American. True False
The poetic tradition of Pope and Dryden was dead in America and no longer influenced the post-Revolution poets who were striving for an identity that was peculiarly American. FALSE.
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The poetic tradition of Pope and Dryden was dead in America and no longer influenced the post-Revolution poets who were striving for an identity that was peculiarly American. FALSE.
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