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A Letter From Artemesia In The Town To Chloe In The Country
John Wilmot
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A Satyre Against Mankind
John Wilmot
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Bacchus In The Pillory.
Friedrich Schiller
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Book I. Epistle VII.
Alexander Pope
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Death And Daphne
Jonathan Swift
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Epilogue to The Husband His Own Cuckold
John Dryden
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Epistle from Mrs. Yonge to Her Husband
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
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Epitaph On Fop, A Dog Belonging To Lady Throckmorton
William Cowper
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Extent of Cookery
William Shenstone
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Gotham. Book I.
Charles Churchill
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Night. An Epistle To Robert Lloyd.
Charles Churchill
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On the Death of the late Earl of Rochester
Aphra Behn
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Satyr I. A Letter To A Friend. On Poets.
Thomas Parnell
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Song Of The Open Road
Walt Whitman
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The Call
Robert William Service
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The Celebrated Woman - An Epistle By A Married Man
Friedrich Schiller
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The Country Clown
John Trumbull
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The Creditor To His Proud Debtor
George Moses Horton
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The Extent of Cookery
William Shenstone
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The Man Bitten By Fleas
Anne Kingsmill Finch
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The Owl And The Sparrow
John Trumbull
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The Petition for an Absolute Retreat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
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The Pig and the Rooster
Clement Clarke Moore
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The Spleen
Anne Kingsmill Finch
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To The Reverend Mr. Mabell, Of Cambridge
Mary Barber
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