- Author:Anthony Beckles Willson
- Publisher:Imprint unknown (December 1998)
- Pages:36 pages
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Reprinted from Garden History, . 6, n., Summer 1998.
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Alexander Pope moved to the rural setting of Twickenham in 1719 .
Alexander Pope moved to the rural setting of Twickenham in 1719, leasing three cottages on a small plot of land on the banks of the Thames beside a road now known as Cross Deep. Twickenham was becoming a fashionable retreat, being within easy reach of London by water or road. Further reading: Anthony Beckles Willson, Alexander Pope's Grotto in Twickenham, The Twickenham Museum & The Garden History Society, 1999 Anthony Beckles Willson. Mastiffs & Minerals in the Life of Alexander Pope, The Twickenham Museum, 2005.
Pope's Grotto, created by Alexander Pope, is almost all that survives of one of the very first landscape gardens in England, at Twickenham. Pope was inspired after seeing grottoes in Italy during a visit there. Frederick Bracher, "Pope's Grotto: The Maze of Fancy Pope's Grotto: The Maze of Fancy", The Huntington Library Quarterly 1. (February 1949), pp. 141–162; Anthony Beckles Willson, "Alexander Pope's Grotto in Twickenham", Garden History 2. (Summer, 1998), pp. 31–59. Inside Alexander Pope's hidden grotto.
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3 See publications such as Anthony Beckles Willson, ‘Alexander Pope’s Grotto in Twickenham’, Garden History, xxvi . From the garden a passage ran beneath the London road and into a grotto located in Pope’s basement.
3 See publications such as Anthony Beckles Willson, ‘Alexander Pope’s Grotto in Twickenham’, Garden History, xxvi (1998), pp. 31-59 or Greater London Council, Alexander Pope’s Villa: Views of Pope’s Villa, Grotto and Garden, a Microcosm of the English Landscape (London, 1980). 1 eBLJ 2009, Article 7. Underground London: From Cave Culture Follies to the Avant-Garde. At the garden end the grotto looked out over a lawn towards the Thames and open country.
Frederick Bracher, "Pope's Grotto: The Maze of Fancy Pope's Grotto: The Maze of Fancy", The Huntington Library Quarterly 1. 141-162; Anthony Beckles Willson, "Alexander Pope's Grotto in Twickenham", Garden History 2. (Summer, 1998), p. . 31-59. Alison Hodges, "Painshill, Cobham, Surrey: The Grotto", Garden History . (Spring 1975), pp. 23-28.
Alexander Pope (May 21, 1688 - May 30, 1744), was called "The Wicked Wasp of Twickenham" for his stinging literary satires of his fellow writers. He modelled himself after the great Classical poets, such as Homer and Virgil, and wrote in a highly polished verse, often in a didactic or satirical vein. The greatest poet genius of his day, he perfected the heroic couplet, which is still in use today. Because of a spinal deformity from childhood, he was only 4'6" tall.
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