Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope
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ISBN 9780571230709 Format Paperback
Published 01/05/2008 Length 128 pages

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  • About Alexander Pope

    Alexander Pope (1688-1744) was an essayist, critic, satirist, poet and translator. He published An Essay on Criticism in 1711 and a republished version of The Rape of the Lock in 1714. His Collected Works were published in 1717 and he translated the Iliad and the Odyssey into English. The Dunciad (1728), one of his most famous works, was a vicious satire on Dullness featuring many of his contemporaries.

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  • Edited By: John Fuller

    John Fuller was educated at New College, Oxford, and was formerly a Fellow and Tutor in English at Magdalen College. An award-winning novelist, he has also published sixteen poetry collections, the most recent of which is The Space of Joy (2006). His Collected Poems appeared in 1996. John Fuller lives in Oxford and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

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