The Complete Critical Guide to Alexander Pope

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

a
Aden, John M. (1972): 'Pope and Politics: “The Farce of State”', in Dixon (1972), 172-99
Aden, John M. (1978): Pope's Once and Future Kings: Satire and Politics in the Early Career (Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press)
Atkins, G. Douglas (1986): Quests of Difference: Reading Pope's Poems (Lexington: Kentucky State University Press)
Ault, Norman (1949): New Light on Pope: With some Additions to his Poetry Hitherto Unknown (London: Methuen and Co.)
Ayres, Philip (1990): 'Pope's Epistle to Burlington: The Vitruvian Analogies', Studies in English literature, 1500-1900, 30: 429-44

b
Barnard, John, ed. (1973): Pope: The Critical Heritage (London and Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul)
Barrell, John and Guest, Harriet, 'On the Use of Contradiction: Economics and Morality in the Eighteenth-Century Long Poem', in Nussbaum and Brown (1987), 121-43
Bateson, F.W. and Joukovsky, N.A., eds, (1971): Alexander Pope: A Critical Anthology (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books)
Beer, Gillian, (1982): '“Our unnatural No-voice”: The Heroic Epistle, Pope, and Women's Gothic', Yearbook of English Studies, 12: 125-51
Benjamin, Walter (1969): 'The Storyteller', in Illuminations, translated by Harry Zohn (New York: Schocken Books), 83-110
Berry, Reginald (1988): A Pope Chronology (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press)
Bloom, Harold, ed. (1988): Modern Critical Interpretations: The Rape of the Lock (New York: Chelsea House)
Bogel, Fredric V. (1982), 'Dulness Unbound: Rhetoric and Pope's Dunciad',PMLA 97: 844-55
Brooks, Cleanth (1949): 'The Case of Miss Arabella Fermor', in The Well-Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry (London: Dennis Dobson), 74-95
Brooks-Davies, Douglas (1983): The Mercurian Monarch: Magical Politics from Spenser to Pope (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
Brooks-Davies, Douglas (1985): Pope's Dunciad and the Queen of the Night: A Study in Emotional Jacobitism (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
Brooks-Davies, Douglas (1988): '“Thoughts of Gods”: Messianic Alchemy in Windsor-Forest',Yearbook of English Studies, 18: 125-42
Brower, Reuben (1959): Alexander Pope: The Poetry of Allusion (Oxford: Clarendon Press)
Brown, Laura (1985): Alexander Pope (Oxford: Basil Blackwell)
Brown, Norman O. (1959): 'The Excremental Vision', in Life Against Death (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press)

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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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