Sir Richard Blackmore (22 January 1654 – 9 October 1729), English poet and physician, is remembered primarily as the object of satire and as an example of a dull poet. He was, however, a respected physician and religious writer.
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... Blackmore's fame today rests with his enemies ... fool with delusions, but Pope's criticisms would be the most lasting, and Pope hits Blackmore over and over again on his stupidity and delusions of grandeur ... Jonathan Swift, and Thomas Parnell) attacked Blackmore in 1717's Three Hours after Marriage ...
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