Pope, Print, and Meaning
Pope's fascination with print--with annotations, illustrations, parallel texts, title-pages, revisions-- shapes this reading of his work. The book offers fresh insights into Pope's self-presentation and his relation to his readers: he emerges as a figure marginalized socially, politically, and sexually, who gambles with his private life in confronting his opponents.
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Authoring the Self: Print Culture, Poetry, and Self-Representation from Pope ...
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