A revisionist history of early 18th-century poetry which shows that many of the Whig writers frequently attacked as hacks and dunces by Alexander Pope and John Dryden - such as Joseph Addison, John Dennis, Thomas Tickell, and Richard Blackmore - were in fact successful and popular in their own time.

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