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It was in this view that I wrote the Rape of the Lock , which was well received ,
and had its effect in the two families . Nobody but Sir Charles † Brown was angry
, and he was so a good deal , and for a long time . He could not bear that Sir.
I have been assured , by a most intimate friend of Mr. Pope's , that “ the peer in
the Rape of the Lock was Lord Petre ; the person who desired Mr. Pope to write it
old Mr. Caryl of Sussex ; and that what is said of Sir Charles Brown in it was the ...
It was Charles the Second who gave Mr. Dryden the hint for writing his poem
called the Medal . One day as the King was walking in the Mall , and talking with
Dryden , he said , “ If I was a poet ( and I think I am poor enough to be one ) I
mus , Charles , and perhaps another . One of them was a priest , and another a
captain in the Pope's guards . He left his family estate , which was about 120l . a
year , to Charles . His historiographer and poet laureat's places were worth to him
King Charles now and then gave him 1001 . —not often ; and he was an equerry
* . - Mr. Pope . Wycherly was fifteen or sixteen when he went to France , and was
acquainted there with Madam de Rambouillet , a little after Balzac's deatht ...
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A collection of anecdotes, mostly collected from Spence's conversations with Pope, but including snippets from many others as well. Most deal with literature, writing, and impressions of ... Read full review