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- 'THE MONSTER OF RAGUSA': POPE, ADDISON, AND BUTTON'S WITS. ROGERS, PAT // Review of English Studies;Jun2016, Vol. 67 Issue 280, p496
A ballad entitled 'The Monster of Ragusa' first appeared in Poems on Several Occasions, published by Bernard Lintot in July 1717, a volume containing several poems by Alexander Pope, who probably served as editor. It subsequently went into other miscellanies issued by Lintot. The poem was not...
- BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. // Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope;1903, preceding p1
A biography of poet Alexander Pope is presented.
- BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE. // Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope;1903, p666
A bibliography on the subject of poems is presented which includes the books "The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope," "The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope in Prose" and "The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope, Esq."
- NRAEF hires Pope as new VP of fund-raising. // Nation's Restaurant News;5/19/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 20, p58
Reports on the appointment of Alexander F. Pope as vice president for fund-raising of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. Career background; Responsibilities in the association.
- Anonating a Career: From Pope's Homer to The Dunciad: From Madame Dacier to Madame Dacier by Way of Swift. Weinbrot, Howard D. // Philological Quarterly;Fall2000, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p459
Focuses on the career of author Alexander Pope. Description of the career of Pope; Movement of Pope's editorial machinery in 'Iliad' to the epic 'Dunciad'; Circulation of the 'Proposals for a Translation of Homer's Iliad' in 1713.
- Defining self and others: Pope and eighteenth-century gender ideology. Fabricant, Carole // Criticism;Fall97, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p503
Explores the dialectical interaction between the voices of marginality and dominance, with focus on the work of author Alexander Pope. Suggestion that the Pope is a bourgeois misogynist in terms of his sexual ideology; Role that individual expressions and meditations play in social and...
- Pope: The papist and the poet. Woodman, Thomas // Essays in Criticism;Jul96, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p219
Focuses on the religious aspects of the works of poet Alexander Pope. Hardly regarded as a Catholic poet; Primarily non-religious themes; Classical motif; Catholic influences and images; Differentiation between Pope as poet and his father as Papist; Commitment to moral truth; Little reference...
- EVE IN THE ODYSSEY. Buckmann, Patricia // American Notes & Queries;Jan/Feb84, Vol. 22 Issue 5/6, p73
Discusses the character of Eve in 'Odyssey,' by Alexander Pope as cited in the book 'The Iliad of Homer,' edited by Maynard Mack. Excerpt from the poem.
- ARGUS. Pope, Alexander // Dog's Book of Verse;1/1/1916, p47
The poem "Argus," by Alexander Pope is presented. First Line: When wise Ulysses, from his native coast; Last Line: Owned his returning lord, looked up, and died.