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Alexander Pope’s Essay On Man

“Of the poems of Pope none perhaps is more celebrated in common fame, none has provided more passages for storing in the memory and applying on common occasions.” John Aiken, 1796 (most of this information comes from his preface to an edition of Essay on Man) “Who is there that has any tasteĀ for polite writings […]

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