Alexander Pope, 1688, in London, died in 1744 in Twickenham, getting ready to
London. He was an English writer, ironist, and translator of the Auguston. Greek writers greatly
influenced him. His poetry was sarcastic, and he nearly wrote in the couplet. At the age of fifty, he
became the foremost established literary figure. In 1774 he died attributable to wheezy puffiness. In his
life, he made up our minds to create an area for himself in literature. He belongs to a neoclassical age.
He was the most prominent writer of the first eighteenth century. He was principally educated in catholic
faculties. He has several best outstanding works.