The London Writings of Alexander Pope by G. Wilson Knight.
Sir Isaac Newton’s burial, attended by kings and nobles, was presided over by Alexander Pope, friend and colleague, who gave a stirring eulogy before sprinkling dirt on the tomb.
… honorable knight, Sir Isaac Newton… … in London in 1727 and… … his tomb in Westminster Abbey… … Alexander Pope, friend and colleague… "I guess ’modern’ is a relative term," Sophie called to Gettum.
Dozens of texts appeared, many of them referencing the eighteenth-century British writer Alexander Pope, whose counterreligious, mock-epic poetry apparently contained plenty of references to knights and London.
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Alexander Pope suffered health problems and never grew beyond 4 feet 6 inches in height.