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Alexander Pope
(1688 - 1744)

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1688 Born 21 May in London
1700 Family moves to Bonfield in Windsor Forest, Pope contracts tuberculosis
1704 Playwright William Wycherley introduces him into the circle of fashionable London wits and writers as a prodigy
1709 Publication of Pastorals
1711 An Essay on Criticism published
1712 Early version of The Rape of the Lock published
1713 Windsor Forest published
1717 Collected works published
1717 Moves to a villa in Twickenham
1728 The Dunciad published
1731 Moral Essays published
1733 Imitations of Horace published
1734 Essay on Man published
1744 Dies 30 May
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