Oxford Student Texts: Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock

Oxford Student Texts: Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock [Reading] ➿ Oxford Student Texts: Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock By Adrian Barlow – Thomashillier.co.uk Each book in this established series contains the full and complete text, and is designed to motivate and encourage students who may be writing on these challenging writers for the first time It conta Each book in this Texts: Alexander PDF/EPUB Â established series contains the full and complete text, and is designed to motivate and encourage students who may be writing on these challenging writers for the first time It contains useful notes to add depth and knowledge to students understanding, comments to explain literacy and historical allusions, tasks to help students Oxford Student PDF \ explore themes and issues, and suggestions for further reading.


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10 thoughts on “Oxford Student Texts: Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock

  1. Simon Gibson Simon Gibson says:

    I am not a fan of poetry, but Pope could turn me into one with this Again, this was one of my A Level texts, but I m glad it was as it would probably have been the only way I d have found this poem Pope offers a really humorous piece of satire towards the upper classes, with his allusions to epic literature adding a really comic tone that makes the lengthy read enjoyable and seem less dragged out Researching this for A Level has been really interesting and this particular copy has been really I am not a fan of poetry, but Pope could turn me into one with this Again, this was one of my A Level texts, but I m glad it was as it would probably have been the only way I d have found this poem Pope offers a really humorous piece of satire towards the upper classes, with his allusions to epic literature adding a really comic tone that makes the lengthy read enjoyable and seem less dragged out Researching this for A Level has been really interesting and this particular copy has been really helpful with the notes after the poem I d advise people doing A Level to use this copy if they need some understanding of the poem, especially if the language confuses you


  2. David David says:

    I prefer my mock epics to be heavier on action as opposed to description, but some very clever stuff here


  3. Charles Charles says:

    terrific edition with lots of useful commentary context terrific edition with lots of useful commentary context


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