Essay on Man and Other Poems
Considered the preeminent verse satirist in English, Alexander Pope (1688-1744) brought wide learning, devastating wit and masterly technique to his poems. Models of clarity and control, they exemplified the classical poetics of the Augustan age. This volume contains a rich selection of Pope's work, including such well-known poems as the title selection-a philosophical meditation on the nature of the universe and man's place in it-and ""The Rape of the Lock, "" a mock-epic of rare charm and skill. Also included are ""Ode on Solitude, "" ""The Dying Christian to His Soul, "" ""Elegy to the Memory
eBook, English, 2012
Dover Publications, Newburyport, 2012
1 online resource (159 pages).
Title Page; Copyright Page; Note; Table of Contents; Ode on Solitude; The Dying Christian to His Soul; Elegy; An Essay on Criticism; I; II; III; The Rape of the Lock; CANTO I; CANTO II; CANTO III; CANTO IV; CANTO V; Essay on Man; EPISTLE I; EPISTLE II; EPISTLE III; EPISTLE IV; EPISTLE IV; Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot; Epigram; Alphabetical List of Titles; DOVER · THRIFT · EDITIONS