Collected in Himself: Essays Critical, Biographical, and Bibliographical on Pope and Some of His Contemporaries, 1. köide
University of Delaware Press, 1982 - 569 pages
A collection of various essays about Pope and the eighteenth century written by Professor Mack during the past four decades. An appendix includes a finding list of books surviving from Pope's library and a selection of letters by, to, and about Pope, most of them unpublished.
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