The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: In Verse and Prose, Том 7

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From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley Of the correction of his Poem to Mr Dryden and other Papers
25
Of the fame a plan for correcting and
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From Mr Wycherley
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On the fame and further Proposals for cor recting them
30
From Mr Wycherley
33
More concerning corrections of the Poems
35
From Mr Wycherley after his illness
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From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley Concerning the Mis cellanies and the Critics
40
Concerning Miscellanies and the danger of young Poets
42
From Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Wycherley His desire of his company and request to proceed in cor recting his Papers
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More about the Poems
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From
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Mr Walsh to Mr Wycherley
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From Mr Walsh On the fame subjects
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Some critical observations on English Versifica
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To Mr Cromwell
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Of his Translation of the First Book of Statius
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Letter Pai VI Of his Juvenile Poems
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Criticisms on Statius
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Of Mr Wycherleys coldness loo IX Of the general conduct and inequality of mens lives
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The use of poetical studies A panegyric upon dogs
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Of the taste of country gentlemen
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On the severity of criticism IJS XIII After an illness The obscurity of a coun try life
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On the same subject Concerning Ron deaus
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From Mr Cromwell On Priams Speech to Pyrrhus in Virgil
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Answer to the same
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Criticisms about an Elegy of Ovid
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On sickness and disappointment Ijo XIX On the same subject
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Of Philipss Pastorals
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From Mr Cromwell On a passage in Lucan
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Answer to the former with another cri ticism on Lucan r n t
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From Mr Cromwell On the same subject
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On the Translations of Ovid
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From Mr Cromwell On Lucan
148
Observations on Crafliaws Poems
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Concerning laughter
154

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