Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus  

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The Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus is an incomplete satirical work ostensibly by the members of the Scriblerus Club but which was principally written by John Arbuthnot. The only completed volume was published in 1741 as a part of Alexander Pope's Works. 'Martinus Scriblerus' was a pseudonym of Pope's which was later also adopted by George Crabbe.



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