Compare the start of Pope's "Essay on Man", EPISTLE I (II. 1-8):
to the relatively crude start of the Potter (Wilkes) "Essay on Woman" (II. 1-8):
In her essay “Why Women Smile,” Amy Cunningham explains the value of a smile and how it does not always reflect how a woman is truly feeling on the inside....
"An Essay on Woman" consists of 94 lines, divided into an invocation and three divisions. Much of it involves placing graphic erotic/sexual images in alternate lines of Pope's "Essay on Man"