The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2

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  • THE
  • VOL. II.
  • THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF POPE.
  • CONTENTS
  • MORAL ESSAYS.
    • EPISTLE I.—TO SIR RICHARD TEMPLE, LORD COBHAM.
      • VARIATIONS.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • EPISTLE II.—TO A LADY.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • EPISTLE III.[20]—TO ALLEN LORD BATHURST.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • EPISTLE IV.—TO RICHARD BOYLE, EARL OF BURLINGTON.
      • VARIATION.
      • EPISTLE V. TO MR ADDISON.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • EPISTLE III.[20]—TO ALLEN LORD BATHURST.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • EPISTLE IV.—TO RICHARD BOYLE, EARL OF BURLINGTON.
    • VARIATION.
    • EPISTLE V. TO MR ADDISON.
  • TRANSLATIONS AND IMITATIONS.
    • THE FABLE OF DRYOPE.[56]
    • VERTUMNUS AND POMONA,
    • THE FIRST BOOK OF STATIUS'S THEBAIS.
      • JANUARY AND MAY.
    • JANUARY AND MAY.
  • THE WIFE OF BATH, HER PROLOGUE.
  • PROLOGUE AND EPILOGUES
    • A PROLOGUE
    • PROLOGUE TO MR ADDISON'S 'CATO.'
    • PROLOGUE TO THOMSON'S 'SOPHONISBA.'[59]
    • PROLOGUE, DESIGNED FOR MR D'URFEY'S LAST PLAY.
    • PROLOGUE TO 'THE THREE HOURS AFTER MARRIAGE'
    • EPILOGUE TO MR ROWE'S 'JANE SHORE.'
  • MISCELLANIES
    • THE BASSET-TABLE.[62]
    • LINES
    • VERBATIM FROM BOILEAU.
    • ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION OF MRS HOWE.
    • OCCASIONED BY SOME VERSES OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.
    • MACER: A CHARACTER.
    • SONG,
    • ON A CERTAIN LADY AT COURT.
    • ON HIS GROTTO AT TWICKENHAM,
    • ROXANA, OR THE DRAWING-ROOM.
    • TO LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGUE.
    • EXTEMPORANEOUS LINES
    • LINES SUNG BY DURASTANTI,
    • UPON THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH'S HOUSE AT WOODSTOCK.
    • VERSES LEFT BY MR POPE.
    • THE CHALLENGE, A COURT BALLAD.
    • THE THREE GENTLE SHEPHERDS.
    • EPIGRAM,
    • THE TRANSLATOR.
    • THE LOOKING-GLASS.
    • A FAREWELL TO LONDON
    • SANDYS' GHOST;[82]
    • UMBRA.[85]
    • SYLVIA, A FRAGMENT.
    • IMPROMPTU TO LADY WINCHELSEA.
    • EPIGRAM.
    • EPIGRAM ON THE FEUDS ABOUT HANDEL AND BONONCINI.
    • ON MRS TOFTS, A CELEBRATED OPERA SINGER.
    • THE BALANCE OF EUROPE.
    • EPITAPH ON LORD CONINGSBY.
    • EPIGRAM.
    • EPIGRAM FROM THE FRENCH.
    • EPITAPH ON GAY.
    • EPIGRAM ON THE TOASTS OF THE KIT-CAT CLUB, ANNO 1716.
    • TO A LADY, WITH THE 'TEMPLE OF FAME.'
    • ON THE COUNTESS OF BURLINGTON CUTTING PAPER.
    • ON DRAWINGS OF THE STATUES OF APOLLO, VENUS, AND HERCULES,
    • ON BENTLEY'S 'MILTON.'
    • LINES
    • TO ERINNA.
    • A DIALOGUE.
    • ODE TO QUINBUS FLESTRIN,
    • THE LAMENTATION OF GLUMDALCLITCH FOR THE LOSS OF GRILDRIG.
    • TO MR LEMUEL GULLIVER,
    • MARY GULLIVER TO CAPTAIN LEMUEL GULLIVER.
    • THE FOURTH EPISTLE OF THE FIRST BOOK OF HORACE.[128]
    • EPIGRAM
    • ON AN OLD GATE.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • TO MR GAY,
    • ARGUS.
    • PRAYER OF BRUTUS.
    • LINES ON A GROTTO, AT CRUX-EASTON, HANTS.
  • THE UNIVERSAL PRAYER
  • THE DUNCIAD.
    • A LETTER TO THE PUBLISHER,
    • MARTINUS SCRIBLERUS HIS PROLEGOMENA AND ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE DUNCIAD:
      • DENNIS, REMARKS ON PR. ARTHUR.
    • DENNIS, REMARKS ON PR. ARTHUR.
    • TESTIMONIES OF AUTHORS
      • M. SCRIBLERUS LECTORI S.
      • RICARDUS ARISTARCHUS OF THE HERO OF THE POEM.
    • M. SCRIBLERUS LECTORI S.
    • RICARDUS ARISTARCHUS OF THE HERO OF THE POEM.
    • THE DUNCIAD:[234]
      • ARGUMENT.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • BOOK THE SECOND.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • BOOK THE THIRD.
      • VARIATIONS.
      • BOOK THE FOURTH.
      • VARIATIONS.
    • ARGUMENT.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • BOOK THE SECOND.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • BOOK THE THIRD.
    • VARIATIONS.
    • BOOK THE FOURTH.
    • VARIATIONS.
  • APPENDIX TO THE DUNCIAD.
    • I.—PREFACE
      • II.—A LIST OF BOOKS, PAPERS, AND VERSES,
      • VERSES, LETTERS, ESSAYS, OR ADVERTISEMENTS, IN THE PUBLIC PRINTS.
      • AFTER THE DUNCIAD, 1728.
      • III.—ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FIRST EDITION—WITH NOTES,
      • IV.—ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FIRST EDITION OF THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE DUNCIAD,
      • VI.—ADVERTISEMENT PRINTED IN THE JOURNALS, 1730.
      • VII.—A PARALLEL OF THE CHARACTERS OF MR DRYDEN AND MR POPE,
      • MR POPE—HIS POLITICS, RELIGION, MORALS.
    • II.—A LIST OF BOOKS, PAPERS, AND VERSES,
    • VERSES, LETTERS, ESSAYS, OR ADVERTISEMENTS, IN THE PUBLIC PRINTS.
    • AFTER THE DUNCIAD, 1728.
    • III.—ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FIRST EDITION—WITH NOTES,
    • IV.—ADVERTISEMENT TO THE FIRST EDITION OF THE FOURTH BOOK OF THE DUNCIAD,
    • VI.—ADVERTISEMENT PRINTED IN THE JOURNALS, 1730.
    • VII.—A PARALLEL OF THE CHARACTERS OF MR DRYDEN AND MR POPE,
    • MR POPE—HIS POLITICS, RELIGION, MORALS.
  • INDEX
    • THE FIRST NUMBER SHOWS THE BOOK; THE SECOND, THE VERSE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
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