Alexander Pope (16881744). Complete Poetical Works. 1903.
Early Poems: Imitations of English Poets
These imitations, with the exception of Silence (Lintot, 1712), were not published till 1727. Pope says, however, that they were done as early as the translations, some of them at fourteen and fifteen years old. The Happy Life of a Country Parson must have been written later than the rest, as Pope did not know Swift till 1713.