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Alexander Pope
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Alexander Pope

By Stephen, Leslie

London: Macmillan,. Hardback. 216pp. Green boards with gilt titles to spine. Unevenly sunned. Rubbed but sound. Good+, sound copy. . Hardcover. 1934.

$3.28

Pope: The Rape of the Lock

By Cunningham, J. S.

London: Edward Arnold,. Hardback. 64pp. Studies in English Literature series. Green boards with gilt titles to spine. Unevenly sunned. Neat and sound. Good copy . Hardcover. 1961.

$2.63

Reason and Nature in Eighteenth Century Thought

By Harris, R. W.

London: Blandford Press,. Paperback. 439pp. An good introduction to the Enlightenment and to understanding the philosophical and historical background to writers such as Pope, Swift and Fielding. Creased to spine. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1968.

$4.60

An Eighteenth Century Anthology

By Austin, Alfred

London: The Gresham Publishing Company,. Hardback. 328pp. 30 page introduction by the then Poet Laureate Alfred Austin (Laureate 1896-1913). Moving from the Augustan poets to the early Romantics it includes selections of the poetry of Alexander Pope, Thomas Gray, Oliver Goldsmith, William Collins, Samuel Johnson, William Cowper, Robert Burns, George Crabbe, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Adam Skirving and Jane Elliot. Neat green cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt device to front. Faded to spine. Very good- copy. . Hardcover.

$7.88

Crabbe: The Critical Heritage

By Pollard, Arthur (editor)

London: Routledge Kegan Paul. Hardback. 495pp. Reviews, comment and articles on his works by a range of writers including Hazlitt, William Empson, Southey, Byron, Jane Austen and R. H. Dana. Some edge wear. Slightly bumped. Light sunning to edges. Discrete ex library copy with no external marks. Light dust soiling. Good, sound copy. . Hardcover. 1972.

$11.82

The Life of George Crabbe by his son

By Crabbe, George

London: The Cresset press,. Hardback. 286pp. Life of the eighteenth century poet and doctor from Aldeburgh, Suffolk on which place he based his poem 'The Borough'. With introduction by Edmund Blunden. Rubbed and bumped to edges. Light foxing to page edges. Sound and clean. Very good copy. . Hardcover. First Edition. 1947.

$11.82