The Complete Critical Guide to Alexander Pope

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INDEX

a
Abelard, Peter 78-81
Aden, John M. 165-6
Addison, Joseph 13-18, 39-40, 50, 76, 113-4, 141
Alexander, the Great 11
Allen, Ralph 39, 41-2, 44, 164, 168
'Amica' 44, 171
Anne, Queen 9, 14, 15, 17, 19, 24, 32, 59-60, 62, 64, 126, 165-7
Arbuthnot, John 15-16, 19, 28, 37, 110-12, 116
Aristotle 12, 13, 52, 55
Arnold, Matthew 156-7
Atkins, G. Douglas 170-1
Atterbury, Francis 21, 26, 32, 35, 165
Augustus, Emperor 40, 124-6, 129, 164

b
Bank of England 32, 102
Bathurst, Allen, first Earl 24, 26, 104, 108
Beach, Mary 6
Bedlam 111, 132
Behn, Aphra 173
Benjamin, Walter 95
Bentley, Richard 31, 37, 113, 143-5, 196
Bethel, Hugh 37
Betterton, Thomas 8
Binfield 7, 19, 61
Black Act 26
Blake, William 143, 161-2
Blenheim Palace 108
Blount, Martha, 11, 19-20, 37-8, 44-5, 77, 100-1, 171, 173, 176, 178-80
Blount, Teresa, 11, 20, 77, 171, 178-80
Blunt, Sir John, 103, 164
Boileau, Nicholas 12, 122
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Lord 32, 34, 39, 44-5, 92, 119, 165, 194
Bounce 42, 169
Boyle, Richard see Burlington
Brooks-Davies, Douglas 64, 166-7
Broome, William 25, 39
Brower, Reuben 160
Brown, Laura 169-70
Buckinghamshire, John Sheffield, Duke of 13, 26, 55
Buckinghamshire, Katherine
Darnley Sheffield, Duchess of 178
Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of 19, 22, 105-9
Butler, Samuel 173
Byron, George Gordon, Lord 155-6

c
Camden, William 15
Cannons 33, 108
Caroline, Queen 40, 116-7, 135
Carteret, Lord John 26
Caryll, John 8, 14, 40, 164
Catholicism 6, 15, 19, 22, 165
Centlivre, Susanna 173
Chandos, James Brydges, Duke of 33, 108
Charles II 6, 11
Chatsworth 108
Chaucer, Geoffrey 7, 10-12, 193
Chiswick 19, 37
Cibber, Colley 43-4, 130, 133-5, 138-42, 144-5, 167, 182-3, 187
Cicero 144
Cirencester Park 24, 37
Claridge, Laura 177
Clark, Steve 178
Cobham, Sir Richard Temple,
Viscount 36-9, 42, 96
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 154, 157
Congreve, William 39-40, 113, 141
copyright 10, 191
Cowley, Abraham 10, 62
Cowper, Judith 171-2, 178
Cowper, William 153, 155
Craftsman, The33
Cromwell, Henry 11-12, 39, 136
Crousaz, Jean-Pierre de 41

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Series Editors' Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Abbreviations and Referencing xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Life and Contexts 3
  • (A) - A Catholic Childhood 5
  • (B) - Forest Retreats 7
  • (C) - Literary London 10
  • (D) - Kings and Queens 14
  • (E) - Scriblerus 15
  • (F) - Epic Intent 17
  • (G) - Booksellers and Ladies 19
  • (H) - Works and Days 21
  • (I) - Twickenham 23
  • (J) - Shakespeare 26
  • (K) - Epic of Fleet Street 28
  • (L) - System and Satire 32
  • (M) - Horace 35
  • (N) - Letters 38
  • (O) - Laureate in Opposition 40
  • (Q) - The End 44
  • Part II - Work 47
  • (A) - An Essay on Criticism (1711) [Te I:195-326] 49
  • (C) - The Rape of the Lock (1712/1714/1717) [Te Ii:79-212] 65
  • (D) - Eloisa to Abelard (1717) [Te Ii:291-349] 77
  • (E) - Essay on Man (1733-34) [Te Iii:I] 82
  • (F) - Epistles to Several Persons (1731-35) [Te Iii:Ii] 93
  • (G) - Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot (1735) [Te Iv:91-127] 110
  • (H) - Imitations of Horace (1733-40) [Te Iv] 119
  • (I) - The Dunciad (1728-42) [Te V] 130
  • Part III - Criticism 151
  • (A) - Pope and Poetry 153
  • (B) - Politics 163
  • (C) - Gender and Body 171
  • (D) - Pope in Print and Manuscript 189
  • Bibliography 205
  • Index 215
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