William King

(1663—1712) writer

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a writer of burlesques, satires, and light verse, much of which was published anonymously. In his Dialogues of the Dead (1699) he joined Charles Boyle in the attack on Bentley. (See Battle of the Books.)

Subjects: Literature.

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