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Bond, Donald F., "The Neo-Classical Psychology of the Imagination," in ELH, Vol. 4, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1937.

Greene, Donald, "What Indeed Was Neoclassicism? A Reply to James William Johnson's 'What was Neoclassicism?,'" in the Journal of British Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1, November 1970, pp. 69-79.

Johnson, James William, "What was Neoclassicism?" in the Journal of British Studies, Vol. 9, No. 1, November 1969, pp. 49-70.

Jones, Thora Burnley, Neo-Classical Dramatic Criticism, 1560-1770, Cambridge University Press, 1976, pp. 124-43.

Rippy, Frances Mayhew, "The Rape of the Lock: Overview," in Reference Guide to English Literature, edited by D. L. Kirkpatrick, St. James Press, 1991.

Walsh, Marcus, "Johnson, Samuel," in Reference Guide to English Literature, edited by D. L. Kirkpatrick, St. James Press, 1991.

Walter, Scott, "Daniel Defoe," in On Novelists and Fiction, edited by Ioan Williams, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1968, pp. 164-83.

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