The Cambridge Companion to Alexander Pope by ProQuest


There are papers on Pope's life and times, his friends and enemies, his versification, poetic 'spaces' or the visualness of his poetry, his translation of Homer, his relation to the Classics and to the Elizabethans, his pastoral verse, the role of ideology in his verses, Pope's use of verse as opposition to political power, crime and punishment, landscapes and estates, Pope and money, the poet's relationship with the book trade (particularly well done), Pope and 'gender', medicine and the body and Pope 'and the other'.

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