Pope's Poems and Prose


Major works

  • 1709: Pastorals
  • 1711: An Essay on Criticism[26]
  • 1712: Messiah
  • 1712: The Rape of the Lock (enlarged in 1714)[26]
  • 1713: Windsor Forest[26]
  • 1715–1720: Translation of the Iliad[26]
  • 1717: Eloisa to Abelard[26]
  • 1717: Three Hours After Marriage, with others
  • 1717: Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady[26]
  • 1723–1725: The Works of Shakespear, in Six Volumes
  • 1725–1726: Translation of the Odyssey[26]
  • 1727: Peri Bathous, Or the Art of Sinking in Poetry
  • 1728: The Dunciad[26]
  • 1733–1734: Essay on Man[26]
  • 1735: The Prologue to the Satires (see the Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot and Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel?)

Other works

  • 1700: Ode on Solitude


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