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Alexander Pope Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 150+ Works All Poetry Poems Prose Iliad Odyssey & Rarities Plus Biography - cover

Alexander Pope Complete Works – World’s Best Collection - 150+ Works All Poetry Poems Prose Iliad Odyssey & Rarities Plus Biography

Alexander Pope, Leslie Stephen

Publisher: Imagination Books

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Alexander Pope Complete Works World's Best Collection

This is the world’s best Alexander Pope collection, including the most complete set of Pope’s works available plus many free bonus materials.

Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope was an 18th-century English poet, best known for his satirical verse and for his translation of Homer. After Shakespeare and Tennyson, he is the third-most frequently quoted writer in The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.

The ‘Must-Have’ Complete Collection

In this irresistible collection you get a full set of Pope’s work, All his poems, All his plays, All his legendary translations, Famous satires, Rarities and all his other works. Plus a bonus biography.


Works Included:

An Essay On Criticism

An Essay On Man

Moral Essays To Several Persons


Poems Including:

The Rape Of The LockOde On Solitude

The Temple Of Fame

Translations From Ovid

Sappho To Phaon

The Dying Christian To His Soul

Elegy To The Memory Of An Unfortunate Lady


To A Lady, With The Temple Of Fame

The Looking-Glass

Poems Suggested By Gulliver


On Two Lovers Struck Dead By Lightning

Universal Prayer


Longer Works Including:

The Dunciad

The Iliad

The Odyssey

Three Hours After Marriage


Your Free Special Bonus

Alexander Pope Biography - a full length biography about Pope’s intriguing and fascinating life.


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This is the best Pope collection you can get, so get it now and start enjoying and being inspired by his world like never before!

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