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Alexander Pope wrote pastoral poetry in his teens, and it's not altogether awful. He began An Essay on Criticism in his teens, and what's more, he never received any higher education (Too Catholic for Oxbridge), so should you believe an undergraduate degree is the be all and end all of personal education, you're probably wrong.
Alexander Pope (1763). “An essay on man: By Alexander Pope, Esq. Enlarged and improved by the author. Together with his MS. additions and variations as in the last edition of his works. With the notes of William, Lord Bishop of Gloucester”, p.70.
Aiming to bring the modern theory of literary criticism, and Pope's 'Essay on Criticism' of 1711, into a more productive and interesting association than critical-historical structures have generally allowed, Smallwood marks out in current terms and in depth the specialized theoretical and aesthetic problem of defining criticism.
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Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism (1711) Horace still charms with graceful Negligence, And without Method talks us into Sense, Will like a Friend familiarly convey The truest Notions in the easiest way. He, who Supream in Judgment, as in Wit.