Mary Leapor's Publications
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|Poems Upon Several Occasions, by the late Mrs. Leapor of Brackley in Northamptonshire||1751||J. Roberts||2||Samuel Richardson, Isaac Hawkins Browne||Stephen Duck|
|Mary Leapor||influenced by, read||Alexander Pope||
"Much of [Leapor's] work is modelled on that of Alexander Pope, whose work she intensely admired" (Wikipedia).
|Mary Leapor||influenced by, read||Jonathan Swift||
"Jonathan Swift, particularly his anti-blason poetry (the de-emphasis on the female physical body in relation to nature), was also a model" for Leapor's writing (Wikipedia).