Jansy Mello: Due to changes in the Outlook email program (being discontinued by Microsoft, or so I understand) I'm trying to move forward and, in the meantime, I adopted the gmail. Unfortunately I'm still a bit confused with the new commands and made a few mistakes. 

In relation to the VN-L I must ask Alexey Sklyarenko, in particular, to forgive me for having inadevertently used his "subject" line to write independent contributions of my own. This won't happen again.

Yesterday I returned to the matter of Dryden's "Astrée Redux" and "The Maiden Queen" (with their goddesses, shepherds and nymphs) to realize that, in an old posting to the VN-L, I had blended the names Astrea and Celadon  following Rohmer's last movie called " Les Amours d'Astrée et de Celadon" (inspired in a novel by Honoré D' Urfé), instead of John Dryden's two characters, who appear in different works of his.  
My interest in Dryden, at the time, was linked to Nabokov's RLSK where we find a cat with celadon eyes and also to the Restoration/Resurrection theme, related to Dryden's interest in the Portuguese King Sebastian.

Once again, my apologies to Sklyarenko, which are the main purpose of my present posting.  

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