Critical Essays on Alexander Pope
Editors Jackson and Yoder have confined their selection of essays to those from the last 20 years and particularly those since 1980. The essays are general in nature rather than confining themselves to a specific work, in an attempt to place Pope in the broader perspective of representing the whole person, as opposed to earlier criticism that depicted him as a skilled craftsman and a poet of eminent good sense. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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R Paul YODER
A Literary Life
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