That it is known to few, most falling into one of the extremes, Avarice or Profusion. The point discussed, whether the invention of money has been more Also extant are 124 epistles, in which he writes in a relaxed style about moral and ethical His moral are collected in Volumes I–III of the Loeb Classical The Loeb Classical Library edition of Seneca is in ten volumes: his moral are collected in Volumes I–III; the 124 epistles in Volumes IV–VI; the tragedies
That the particular Characters of women are not so strongly marked as those of men, seldom so fixed, and still more inconsistent with themselves. Instances of in United Kingdom
Moral Essays is a series of four poems on ethical subjects by Alexander Pope, published Epistle to a Lady (1735, addressed to Martha Blount), Of the Characters of Women. an Unfortunate Lady (1717); The Dunciad (1728–9, 1742–3); An Essay on Man (1734); Moral Essays (1731-35); Epistle to Dr Arbuthnot (1735).
MORAL ESSAYS. EPISTLE III. TO ALLEN Lord BATHURST. ARGUMENT. Of the Use of RICHES. THAT it is known to few, most falling into one of the extremes, for United Kingdom
Moral essays: in four epistles. III. It only remains to find (if we can) his RULING PASSION: that will certainly influence all the . Catius is ever moral, ever grave,.
Moral essays: in four epistles. 190 [re|curring to what is laid down in the first book, ep. ii. and in the epistle preceeding this, ver. 159, etc Page 75EPISTLE IV.
Title: Moral essays: in four epistles. By Alexander Pope, Esq. Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library 2007 January. Availability:. in United Kingdom
Moral Essays (also known as Epistles to Several Persons) is a series of four 3 Epistle III, To Lord Bathurst (1732); 4 Epistle IV, To Lord Burlington (1731)