A last, make-up class, notionally on the Essay on Man. Reconsideration of the heroic couplet after Smart, Blake, Wordsworth and Coleridge. Philosophical poetry and a return to the question of the sublime. Kantian idea of purposiveness without purpose in the well-ordered beautiful, and the contra-finality of the sublime: relation between the early and late eighteenth century as the sublime becomes of greater and greater interest. Some final observations about the brilliance of Pope's versification.