- Nineteenth cent. impression; all prints waterstained in left outer blank margin and trifle frayed.
= Paulsen 121-126, 3rd-4th (final) states: "'Harlot', a more genteel word than whore or prostitute, has both a slightly mock-heroic quality and Biblical overtones (the 'harlot' forsakes the true God and follows idols and false gods: Isaiah i.21). 'Progress' ironically alludes to the sort of conversation narrative best known in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress; to 'progresses' of poetry and (Pope's parody in The Dunciad) of Dullness; and to an advance or gradual betterment."
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