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Pope wrote “The Rape of the Lock” on friend's request, hence, the main purpose of the poem was not to mirror the eighteenth century aristocratic society.
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“Of Parents and Children” is a suggestive essay, in which Sir Francis Bacon provides some suggestions, through which parents can bring up their children.
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“Of Nobility” is also based on philosophy of worldly wisdom. In this essay, Sir Francis Bacon talks about the benefits of nobility in this world.
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Superstition is the most highlighted topic even in the modern era. Sir Francis Bacon, in “Of Superstition”, talks about the intellectual blindness of people
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The essay “Of Ambition” can be used as evidence to prove the worldly wisdom of Sir Francis Bacon. It covers every profession and department of Bacon’s era.
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“Of Studies” is one of the most quoted essays of Sir Francis Bacon. After analyzing the importance of studies, he convinces his readers to study books.
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“Of Revenge” is about a revengeful person, who thinks to take revenge from an enemy. Sir Francis Bacon talks about merits and demerits of taking revenge.
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Sir Francis Bacon has written “Of Death” to end the fear of death from human minds. He suggests that a person should end fear of death or overpower it.
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Milton is known as Puritan Poet instead of John Donne. However, metaphysical poetry belongs to Puritan Age, in which Donne’s contribution is remarkable.
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Bacon is known for worldly wisdom. He made an analysis of the world and in “Of Truth”, he guided his readers how to get success even in critical situations.
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