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Failed verification: The Cambridge Companion to John Dryden
Greetings! I couldn't verify the following paragraph on the basis of the source given (emphasis added):
The poet argues for the credibility of the Christian religion and against Deism, and (perhaps less convincingly) for the Anglican Church against that of Rome
And not just that, but the paragraph is clearly conflicted with the paragraph above which says (emphasis added):
Religio Laici, Or A Layman's Faith (1682) is a poem by John Dryden, published as a premise to his subsequent The Hind and the Panther (1687), a final outcome of his conversion to Roman Catholicism.