Dryden as a strenuous advocate of the middle way.  Relation of the interpretation of sacred texts to that of poetry.  The expertise that thinking poetically, in particularly about poetic form, can claim on matters of politics, theology, and philosophy.  Right and wrong ways of interpreting, and the extent to which interpretation is by its nature an appeal to the community norms that the interpreted works themselves have in view.  The hermeneutic circle: how do you time flies? (The way you time arrows!)