An Essay on Man: Moral Essays and Satires: Easyread Large Bold Edition
An Essay on Man: Moral Essay and Satires is a masterpiece by Pope. Justifying the ways of God to man, he asserts that all is good and that which is bad is not properly comprehended by human perception. Popularizing an optimistic view of life, this work is inspiring and thought-provoking!
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SATIRES AND EPISTLES OF HORACE IMITATED
THE SATIRES OF DR JOHN DONNE DEAN OF ST PAULS
EPILOGUE TO THE SATIRES IN TWO DIALOGUES WRITTEN
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