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Of the Use of Riches, An Epistle To the Right Honorable Allen Lord Bathurst

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Of the Use of Riches, An Epistle To the Right Honorable Allen Lord Bathurst

By Alexander Pope


Alexander Pope is undoubtedly the greatest English poet between Dryden and Blake, and a worthy member of the tradition that begins with Chaucer and Gower and continues through Spenser, Shakespeare and Milton. His ‘Essay on Criticism,’ ‘Rape of the Lock,’ ‘Dunciad’ and ‘Essay on Man…

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Early Modern18th centuryEnglish LiteratureEnglish PoetryFirst EditionsCanonical First EditionsRobert WalpoleAugustanHanoverianGeorge IISatirePoliticsEthic Epistles


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