Absalom and Achitophel is a landmark poetic political satire by John Dryden (
1631–1700). The poem exists in two parts. The first part, of 1681, is undoubtedly
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And Achitophel said to Absalom: I will choose me twelve thousand men, and I will
arise and pursue after David this night. And coming upon him (for he.
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In his "Absalom and Achitophel " the poet told the story of the threatened strife
under the thin veil of the revolt against David. History of the English People, ...
Achitophel still wants a chief, and none. Was found so fit as warlike Absalom: Not,
that he wish'd his greatness to create,. (For politicians neither love nor hate:).
Absalom and Achitophel was originally published in November 1681 (a “second
part” appeared in 1682 but is .... Of these the false Achitophel 23 was first; 
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Absalom and Achitophel published anonymously in November 1681, is one of
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