Alexander Pope’s Catholic Vision: “Slave to No Sect” by G. Atkins

By G. Atkins

A clean examine the best poet of early eighteenth-century England, this hugely readable ebook specializes in Pope's spiritual considering and significant poems. G. Douglas Atkins extends the argument that the Roman Catholic poet used to be no Deist, 'closet' or otherwise.

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