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 Pollock, Professor Sir Frederick, Bart.Porson, Richard 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Pope, Alexander
(b. London, May 21st, 1688; d. Twickenham, May 30th, 1744). “Pastorals” (1709); “An Essay on Criticism” (1711); “The Rape of the Lock” (1711 and 1714); “The Messiah” (1712); “The Temple of Fame” (1712); “Prologue to Cato” (1713); “Windsor Forest” (1713); “Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day” (1713); “Narrative of Dr. Robert Norris, concerning the Strange and Deplorable Frenzy of J. D. (John Dennis)” (1713); “Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady” (1717); “Epistle from Eloisa to Abelard” (1717); “Three Hours After Marriage,” translation of the “Iliad” (1715–20); edition of Shakespeare (1725), translation of the “Odyssey” (1725–26); “Letters to Cromwell” (1726); “Treatise on the Bathos” (1727); “The Dunciad” (1728); contributions to The Grub Street Journal (1730–37); “Epistle on Taste” (1731); “Essay on Man” (1732–34); “Moral Essays” (1732–35); “Epistle to Arbuthnot” (1735); “Correspondence” (1735 and 1736); “Imitations of Horace” (1733–4–7); “Epilogue to the Satires” (1738); “The New Dunciad” (1742–43). Best edition of Works, Elwin’s. See also the editions by A. W. Ward (1869), Mark Pattison (1869), Cowden Clarke (1873), and Rossetti (1873), with biographies; “Concordance to Pope’s Works,” by Abbot (1875); and “Pope” (1880). For Criticism, see Johnson’s “Lives of the Poets,” Hazlitt’s “English Poets,” De Quincey’s “Leaders of Literature,” Sainte Beuve’s “Causeries,” Taine’s “English Literature,” Stephen’s “Hours in a Library” and his “Pope” (Men of Letters), a German “Life” by Deetz (Leipzic, 1876), Lowell’s “Study Windows,” etc.   1

 Pollock, Professor Sir Frederick, Bart.Porson, Richard 

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