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Epilogue to The Husband His Own Cuckold
John Dryden
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Epistles To Mr. Pope. Epistle I.
Edward Young
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King Candaules And The Doctor Of Laws
La Fontaine
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Love Of Fame, The Universal Passion. Satire II
Edward Young
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Modest Wit, A
Selleck Osborn
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Peter Rugg the Bostonian
Louise Imogen Guiney
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The Author
Charles Churchill
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The Author.
Charles Churchill
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The Bucking-Tub
La Fontaine
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The Dunciad: Book IV
Alexander Pope
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The Eel Pie
La Fontaine
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The Ghost at the Second Bridge
Henry Lawson
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The Husband-Confessor
La Fontaine
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The Jealous Husband
La Fontaine
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The Magic Cup
La Fontaine
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The Mandrake
La Fontaine
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The Originals
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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The Pig
Christopher Smart
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The Tradesman and the Scholar
Anne Kingsmill Finch
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Vignettes
John Boyle O'Reilly
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Your hay it is mow'd, and your corn is reap'd
John Dryden
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