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In 1806, Bowles had edited and published Alexander Pope's works in ten volumes; in it, he criticized Pope's morals as well as his poetry, and thus revived a scholarly dispute about Pope's proper place in the poetic hierarchy. Over the next several years Bowles was attacked, most notably by Byron, for disparaging Pope, and in response to these attacks, Bowles issued Invariable Principles of Poetry (1819) in which he outlined his critical perspective. An attack on Bowles's principles followed in the Quarterly Review, which led to a series of articles, letters, and pamphlets by Pope's defenders and detractors, particularly Byron and Bowles, which lasted until 1825 when Bowles published A Final Appeal to the Literary Public, Relative to Pope. (see http://www.enotes.com/nineteenth-century-criticism/bowles-william-lisle)

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Italy
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Italy
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