Many students find Alexander Pope’s Rape of the Lock challenging, particularly when reading it the first time. This study guide hopes to make it more accessible.
My office is in the Humanities / Social Sciences building on the Macon Campus, H/SS-117. Spring 2013 office hours: M 4-5:50p; TR 12:15-1p and 2:30-3:30p; by Appointment.
Additional information about my schedule may be found on my calendar.
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