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"Palmer, Mr.," in Sense and Sensibility , 134

Payne, E. J., 72 n.17

"Peachum," 16

Peripety, 26 , 31 , 36

Phaedra, 30

Philip II, King of Spain, 100 n.16

Philip V, King of Spain, 100 n.16

Pizarro, in Indian Emperour , 37

"Placidius," in Tyrannick Love , 35

Plot:

in Austen, 119 , 126 , 144 ;

in Scott, 126

Poetry:

defined, 3 n.4;

and other discourse, 4

Politics:

in Austen, 112 , 118 , 124 , 133 -34, 140 ;

in Dryden, 34 -37;

in Dryden's Amphitryon , 39 -41;

in Dryden's Conquest of Granada , 23 , 24 -25, 48 -49;

in Dryden's Don Sebastian , 47 -49;

and implication, 2 -3, 11 -17;

in Pope, 91 , 95 ;

in Scott, 139 -40;

in Swift, 11 , 51 -82 passim

Pope, Alexander, 148 ;

aristocracy.

see Aristocracy; and Austen.

see Austen, Jane; To Bathurst (Moral Essays III), 92 -93, 96 n.6;

To Burlington (Moral Essays IV), 92 -93;

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tion, 85 -86;

To Cobham (Moral Essays I), 92 , 98 , 102 n.26, 103 , 104 , 106 ;

Donne IV, 88 ;

and Dryden, 108 ;

Dunciad , 16 , 17 , 86 -87, 93 , 96 , 97 n.8, 99 -100, 101 n.20;

"Cave of Poverty and Poetry," 86 ;

Dunciad , interpretation, 6 , 11 ;

Elegy to . . . an Unfortunate Lady , 86 ;

Eloisa to Abelard , 86 ;

Epilogue to the Satires , 96 ;

Epilogue I, 62 , 97 n.8, 97 n.9, 102 , 107 ;

Epilogue II, 97 n.8, 103 , 110 , 111 ;

Epistle to Arbuthnot , 97 n.8; 101 , 102 , 105 ;

Epistle to Augustus , 85 , 101 , 105 , 109 ;

Epistle to Burlington , "Timon's Villa," 11 -12;

Essay on Criticism , 8 , 109 ;

Essay on Man , 85 , 91 , 93 , 98 , 99 , 100 , 101 , 102 n.22, 106 -7;

figurative language, 86 , 102 , 106 ;

heroism. see Heroism; Horace, imitations.

see Horace, Pope's imitations;

irony, 9 , 84 ;

kings.

see Kings; kingship.

see Kingship;

To a Lady (Moral Essays II), 86 , 92 , 94 , 96 n.7, 98 , 100 , 103 ;

Messiah , 85 , 87 ;

Moral Essays I , 110 n.39;

Moral Essays II, 110 n.40, 110 n.41;

Odyssey , and Dunciad , 11 ;

"Of the Characters of Women," 86 ;

and poetic creation, 85 -88;

Rape of the Lock , 86 -90;

"Cave of Spleen," 86 , 87 ;

religion.

see Religion;

1740 , 96 ;

sexual passion.

see Sexual passion;

social views, 2 , 91 -92, 93 -95;

and Swift.

see Swift, Jonathan;

Windsor Forest , 2

Popery.

See Roman Catholicism

Poyning's Law, 65

Presbyterians, Swift's views, 3 , 52 , 60 , 80.

See also Dissenters

"Price, Fanny," in Mansfield Park , 113 , 120 , 122 , 123 , 129 -30, 137 , 138 , 140 n.15, 144

"Price, Mrs.," in Mansfield Park , 128

Prior, Matthew, 57

Prior, Moody, 26 n.2, 44 n.13

Productivity, as a virtue in Swift, 79 -81

Puritanism, 35


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