The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 1
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 1

By Alexander Pope
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  • THE POETICAL WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE
  • LIFE OF ALEXANDER POPE
    • CONTENTS
    • POPE'S POETICAL WORKS.
      • PREFACE.[2]
        • VARIATIONS IN THE AUTHOR'S MANUSCRIPT PREFACE.
      • VARIATIONS IN THE AUTHOR'S MANUSCRIPT PREFACE.
    • PREFACE.[2]
      • VARIATIONS IN THE AUTHOR'S MANUSCRIPT PREFACE.
    • VARIATIONS IN THE AUTHOR'S MANUSCRIPT PREFACE.
    • PASTORALS,
      • SPRING.
    • SPRING.
    • AUTUMN.
    • WINTER.
      • LYCIDAS.
    • LYCIDAS.
    • MESSIAH.
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • AN ESSAY ON CRITICISM.
      • PART I.
        • PART FIRST.
      • PART FIRST.
    • PART I.
      • PART FIRST.
    • PART FIRST.
    • PART SECOND.
    • PART THIRD.
    • THE RAPE OF THE LOCK:
      • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXII.
        • TO MRS ARABELLA FERMOR.
        • CANTO I.
      • TO MRS ARABELLA FERMOR.
      • CANTO I.
      • CANTO II.
      • CANTO III.
      • CANTO IV.
      • CANTO V.
    • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXII.
      • TO MRS ARABELLA FERMOR.
      • CANTO I.
    • TO MRS ARABELLA FERMOR.
    • CANTO I.
    • CANTO II.
    • CANTO III.
    • CANTO IV.
    • CANTO V.
    • ODE ON ST CECILIA'S DAY,
    • TWO CHORUSES TO THE TRAGEDY OF BRUTUS.
      • CHORUS OF ATHENIANS.
    • CHORUS OF ATHENIANS.
    • TO THE
      • I. CHAUCER.
        • II. SPENSER.
        • III. WALLER.
        • IV. COWLEY.
        • V. EARL OF ROCHESTER.
        • VI. EARL OF DORSET.
        • VII. DR SWIFT.
        • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXI.
        • ARGUMENT.
      • II. SPENSER.
      • III. WALLER.
      • IV. COWLEY.
      • V. EARL OF ROCHESTER.
      • VI. EARL OF DORSET.
      • VII. DR SWIFT.
      • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXI.
      • ARGUMENT.
    • I. CHAUCER.
      • II. SPENSER.
      • III. WALLER.
      • IV. COWLEY.
      • V. EARL OF ROCHESTER.
      • VI. EARL OF DORSET.
      • VII. DR SWIFT.
      • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXI.
      • ARGUMENT.
    • II. SPENSER.
    • III. WALLER.
    • IV. COWLEY.
    • V. EARL OF ROCHESTER.
    • VI. EARL OF DORSET.
    • VII. DR SWIFT.
    • WRITTEN IN THE YEAR MDCCXI.
    • ARGUMENT.
    • TO MR JOHN MOORE,
    • TO MR C.,[80] ST JAMES'S PLACE.
      • I. ON CHARLES EARL OF DORSET, IN THE CHURCH OF WITHYAM, IN SUSSEX.
        • II. ON SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL.[81]
      • II. ON SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL.[81]
    • I. ON CHARLES EARL OF DORSET, IN THE CHURCH OF WITHYAM, IN SUSSEX.
      • II. ON SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL.[81]
    • II. ON SIR WILLIAM TRUMBULL.[81]
    • III. ON THE HON. SIMON HARCOURT, ONLY SON OF THE LORD CHANCELLOR HARCOURT, AT THE CHURCH OF STANTON HARCOURT, IN OXFORDSHIRE, 1720.
      • IV. ON JAMES CRAGGS, ESQ. IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
        • V. INTENDED FOR MR ROWE, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
        • VI. ON MRS CORBET, WHO DIED OF A CANCER IN HER BREAST.
        • VII. ON THE MONUMENT OF THE HONOURABLE EGBERT DIGBY, AND HIS SISTER MARY.
        • VIII. ON SIR GODFREY KNELLER, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1723.
        • IX. ON GENERAL HENRY WITHERS, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1729.
        • X. ON MR ELIJAH FENTON,[83] AT EASTHAMSTEAD, IN BERKS, 1730.
        • XI. ON MR GAY, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1732.
        • XII. INTENDED FOR SIR ISAAC NEWTON, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
        • XIII. ON DR FRANCIS ATTERBURY,[84] BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, WHO DIED IN EXILE AT PARIS, 1732.
        • XIV. ON EDMUND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, WHO DIED IN THE NINETEENTH YEAR OF HIS AGE, 1735.
        • XV. FOR ONE WHO WOULD NOT BE BURIED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
        • XVI. ANOTHER, ON THE SAME.
        • XVII. ON TWO LOVERS STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING.[85]
      • V. INTENDED FOR MR ROWE, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • VI. ON MRS CORBET, WHO DIED OF A CANCER IN HER BREAST.
      • VII. ON THE MONUMENT OF THE HONOURABLE EGBERT DIGBY, AND HIS SISTER MARY.
      • VIII. ON SIR GODFREY KNELLER, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1723.
      • IX. ON GENERAL HENRY WITHERS, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1729.
      • X. ON MR ELIJAH FENTON,[83] AT EASTHAMSTEAD, IN BERKS, 1730.
      • XI. ON MR GAY, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1732.
      • XII. INTENDED FOR SIR ISAAC NEWTON, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • XIII. ON DR FRANCIS ATTERBURY,[84] BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, WHO DIED IN EXILE AT PARIS, 1732.
      • XIV. ON EDMUND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, WHO DIED IN THE NINETEENTH YEAR OF HIS AGE, 1735.
      • XV. FOR ONE WHO WOULD NOT BE BURIED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • XVI. ANOTHER, ON THE SAME.
      • XVII. ON TWO LOVERS STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING.[85]
    • IV. ON JAMES CRAGGS, ESQ. IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • V. INTENDED FOR MR ROWE, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • VI. ON MRS CORBET, WHO DIED OF A CANCER IN HER BREAST.
      • VII. ON THE MONUMENT OF THE HONOURABLE EGBERT DIGBY, AND HIS SISTER MARY.
      • VIII. ON SIR GODFREY KNELLER, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1723.
      • IX. ON GENERAL HENRY WITHERS, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1729.
      • X. ON MR ELIJAH FENTON,[83] AT EASTHAMSTEAD, IN BERKS, 1730.
      • XI. ON MR GAY, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1732.
      • XII. INTENDED FOR SIR ISAAC NEWTON, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • XIII. ON DR FRANCIS ATTERBURY,[84] BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, WHO DIED IN EXILE AT PARIS, 1732.
      • XIV. ON EDMUND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, WHO DIED IN THE NINETEENTH YEAR OF HIS AGE, 1735.
      • XV. FOR ONE WHO WOULD NOT BE BURIED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
      • XVI. ANOTHER, ON THE SAME.
      • XVII. ON TWO LOVERS STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING.[85]
    • V. INTENDED FOR MR ROWE, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
    • VI. ON MRS CORBET, WHO DIED OF A CANCER IN HER BREAST.
    • VII. ON THE MONUMENT OF THE HONOURABLE EGBERT DIGBY, AND HIS SISTER MARY.
    • VIII. ON SIR GODFREY KNELLER, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1723.
    • IX. ON GENERAL HENRY WITHERS, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1729.
    • X. ON MR ELIJAH FENTON,[83] AT EASTHAMSTEAD, IN BERKS, 1730.
    • XI. ON MR GAY, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY, 1732.
    • XII. INTENDED FOR SIR ISAAC NEWTON, IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
    • XIII. ON DR FRANCIS ATTERBURY,[84] BISHOP OF ROCHESTER, WHO DIED IN EXILE AT PARIS, 1732.
    • XIV. ON EDMUND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, WHO DIED IN THE NINETEENTH YEAR OF HIS AGE, 1735.
    • XV. FOR ONE WHO WOULD NOT BE BURIED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
    • XVI. ANOTHER, ON THE SAME.
    • XVII. ON TWO LOVERS STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING.[85]
    • AN ESSAY ON MAN:
      • THE DESIGN.
        • EPISTLE I.
        • EPISTLE II.
        • EPISTLE III.
        • VARIATIONS.
        • EPISTLE IV.
      • EPISTLE I.
      • EPISTLE II.
      • EPISTLE III.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • EPISTLE IV.
    • THE DESIGN.
      • EPISTLE I.
      • EPISTLE II.
      • EPISTLE III.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • EPISTLE IV.
    • EPISTLE I.
    • EPISTLE II.
    • EPISTLE III.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • EPISTLE IV.
    • EPISTLE TO DR ARBUTHNOT;
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
        • SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED.
        • ADVERTISEMENT.
        • SATIRE I. TO MR FORTESCUE.[121]
        • TO LORD BOLINGBROKE.
        • TO MR MURRAY.[135]
        • ADVERTISEMENT.
        • TO AUGUSTUS.[142]
        • IMITATED IN THE MANNER OF DR SWIFT.
      • SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED.
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • SATIRE I. TO MR FORTESCUE.[121]
      • TO LORD BOLINGBROKE.
      • TO MR MURRAY.[135]
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • TO AUGUSTUS.[142]
      • IMITATED IN THE MANNER OF DR SWIFT.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED.
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • SATIRE I. TO MR FORTESCUE.[121]
      • TO LORD BOLINGBROKE.
      • TO MR MURRAY.[135]
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • TO AUGUSTUS.[142]
      • IMITATED IN THE MANNER OF DR SWIFT.
    • SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • SATIRE I. TO MR FORTESCUE.[121]
    • TO LORD BOLINGBROKE.
    • TO MR MURRAY.[135]
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • TO AUGUSTUS.[142]
    • IMITATED IN THE MANNER OF DR SWIFT.
    • THE SATIRES OF DR JOHN DONNE, DEAN OF ST PAUL'S,[171] VERSIFIED.
      • DIALOGUE I.
        • DIALOGUE II.
      • DIALOGUE II.
    • DIALOGUE I.
      • DIALOGUE II.
    • DIALOGUE II.
    • FOOTNOTES:
      • END OF VOL. I.
    • END OF VOL. I.
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