English Literature of the 18th Century
During the early eighteenth century, the English poet Alexander Pope wrote: “One truth is clear: Whatever is, is right.” With that line, Pope described perfectly the sense of well-being and optimism that pervaded England during the 1700s. This was an age very well pleased with itself. The people of the day felt that they lived in the best of all possible worlds, a smoothly running machine created by God and with man at the controls. Kit includes 6 lessons, 11 transparencies, student handouts, testing, vocabulary, projects, and more.