The Poems of John Oldham

@inproceedings{Oldham1960ThePO,
  title={The Poems of John Oldham},
  author={John . Oldham and Harold Fletcher Brooks},
  year={1960}
}
A scholarly edition of The Poems of John Oldham by Harold F. Brooks and Raman Selden. The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus. 
7 Citations
"To One Another as Christians" : Alexander Pope and Jesuits
Alexander Pope famously wrote to Francis Atterbury that he thinks both religions, Catholic and Anglican, “equally good” and that he found himself to be alternating between “a Papist and a
Swift's Servant Problem: Livery and Hypocrisy in the Project for the Advancement of Religion and the Directions to Servants
Very few people are willing to speak up for hypocrisy. As a rule, to use the word at all is to position oneself against it.11 am no more likely to identify myself as a hypocrite than I am to call
The Destruction of the Book
It is curious to observe how the rapid development in recent years of the academic study of the book has coincided with the even more rapid development of electronic technology, upon whose aid much
Spontaneous Combustion and the Sectioning of Female Bodies
  • S. Shaw
  • Engineering
    Literature and medicine
  • 1995