Famous for its expressive breadth and insightful wisdom, “An Essay on Man” (1733-1734) has been extremely popular during last three centuries. Its author, Alexander Pope, was a representative of the Neoclassical movement of the Enlightenment era. This time of Reason emphasized the vital role of Science in the contemporary society.
Recent Additions. Essay on Man by Alexander Pope (The first two Eplisles were written in 1732, the third in 1733, and the fourth in 1744) Index The Design - an Introduction by Pope. The Epistles: Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to.