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The works of Alexander Pope, esq., in verse and prose, containing the principal notes of Drs. Warburton and Warton.

Author: Alexander PopeWilliam Lisle BowlesAlexander ChalmersSamuel JohnsonGilbert WakefieldAll authors
Publisher: London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1806.
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Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.
Works of Alexander Pope, esq., in verse and prose.
London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1806
(OCoLC)557628384
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Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.
Works of Alexander Pope, esq., in verse and prose.
London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1806
(OCoLC)591015719
Named Person: Alexander Pope; Alexander Pope
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Pope; William Lisle Bowles; Alexander Chalmers; Samuel Johnson; Gilbert Wakefield; William Warburton; Joseph Warton
OCLC Number: 1483690
Description: 10 volumes frontispieces, portraits, facsimile 22 cm
Contents: v. 1. Memoirs of the life and writings of Pope. Recommendatory poems. A discourse on pastoral poetry. Pastorals. Messiah. Windsor forest. Odes. Two chorus's to the tragedy of Brutus. The dying Christian to his soul. An essay on criticism. The rape of the lock. Elegy to the memory of an unfortunate lady. Prologue to Mr. Addison's tragedy of Cato. Epilogue to Mr. Rowe's Jane Shore.--v.2. Sappho to Phaon. Eloisa to Abelard. The temple of fame. January and May. The wife of Bath. The first book of Statius's Thebais. The fable of Dryope. Vertumnus and Pomona. Imitations [of English poets] Miscellanies. Epitaphs.--v.3. Essay on man. Moral essays. An essay on satire.--v.4. Satires. On receiving from the Right Honourable the Lady Frances Shirley, a standish and two pens. A fragment of an unpublished satire of Pope intitled One thousand seven hundred and forty. The plan of an epic poem, to have been written in blank verse, and intitled Brutus. Preface to Homer's Iliad. Postscript to the Odyssey.--v.5. The dunciad.--v.6. Imitations of Horace. Memoirs of the extraordinary life, works, and discoveries of Matinus Scriberlus. Martinus Scriblerus Perì Báthōs. An essay of the learned Martinus Scriblerus, concerning the origin of sciences. Virgilius restauratus, seu Martini Scribleri, summi critici, castigationum in Aeneidem specimen. A specimen of Scriblerus's reports. Stradling versus Stiles. Memoirs of P.P. Of the poet laureate. The narrative of Dr. Robert Norris. A full and true account of a horrid and barbarous revenge by poison on the body of Mr. Edmund Curll, bookseller. A further account of the deplorable condition of Mr. Curll. A strange but true relation of the circumcision of Mr. Curll. A key to the lock. Thoughts on various subjects.--v.7. Preface of the publisher of the surreptitious edition, 1735. A catalogue of the surreptitious and incorrect editions of Mr. Pope's letters. Preface prefixed to the first genuine edition in quarto, 1737. Letters.--v.8. Letters. The character of Katherine, late duchess of Buckinghamshire and Normandy.--v.9. Letters. Guardians. Preface to the works of Shakespear.--v.10. Letters. Three hours after marriage. Concluding observations on the poetic character of Mr. Pope. The last will and testament of Mr. Pope.
Responsibility: Illustrations, and critical and explanatory remarks, by Johnson, Wakefield, A. Chalmers, F.S.A., and others; to which are added, now first published, some original letters, with additional observations, and memoirs of the life of the author, by the Rev. William Lisle Bowles ...

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