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Jonathan Swift : the essential writings : authoritative texts, contexts, criticism, edited by Claude Rawson and Ian Higgins

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Jonathan Swift : the essential writings : authoritative texts, contexts, criticism
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Jonathan Swift
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the essential writings : authoritative texts, contexts, criticism
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edited by Claude Rawson and Ian Higgins
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1667-1745
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Swift, Jonathan
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1667-1745
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  • Rawson, Claude Julien.
  • Higgins, Ian.
  • Swift, Jonathan
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A Norton critical edition
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Swift, Jonathan
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Jonathan Swift : the essential writings : authoritative texts, contexts, criticism, edited by Claude Rawson and Ian Higgins
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Note
Updated ed. of: The basic writings of Jonathan Swift, 2002
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 897-902)
Contents
  • Early Satires and Political Writings (1704-1711).
  • p. 1
  • Tale of a Tub (1704).
  • p. 4
  • Battel of the Books.
  • p. 95
  • Mechanical Operation of the Spirit.
  • p. 113
  • Argument Against Abolishing Christianity (1708, 1711).
  • p. 135
  • Examiner, No. 16. November 23, 1710.
  • p. 146
  • Short Character of his Excellency Thomas Earl of Wharton (1710).
  • p. 151
  • Parodies, Hoaxes, and Sottisiers (1703-1745).
  • p. 157
  • Meditation upon a Broom-stick (1703, 1710).
  • p. 159
  • Predictions for the Year 1708 (1708).
  • p. 160
  • Accomplishment Of the First of Mr. Bickerstaff's Predictions (1708).
  • p. 167
  • Vindication of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. (1709).
  • p. 169
  • Last Speech and Dying Words of Ebenezor Elliston (1722).
  • p. 174
  • From A Compleat Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation (1738).
  • p. 177
  • Directions to Servants (1745).
  • p. 195
  • Writings on Ireland (1707-1737).
  • p. 233
  • Story of the Injured Lady. The Answer to the Injured Lady (1707, 1746).
  • p. 235
  • Sermon: Causes of the Wretched Condition of Ireland (1715, 1762).
  • p. 242
  • Letter to a Young Gentleman, Lately entered into Holy Orders (1720).
  • p. 251
  • Letter to a Young Lady, On Her Marriage (1723, 1727).
  • p. 264
  • Drapier's Letters I (1724).
  • p. 271
  • Drapier's Letters IV (1724).
  • p. 278
  • Short View of the State of Ireland (1728).
  • p. 289
  • Modest Proposal (1729).
  • p. 295
  • Proposal for Giving Badges to the Beggars (1737).
  • p. 303
  • Gulliver's Travels (1726).
  • p. 311
  • Poems.
  • p. 503
  • Verses Wrote on a Lady's Ivory Table-Book (1698, 1711).
  • p. 505
  • humble Petition of Frances Harris (1701, 1711).
  • p. 506
  • Baucis and Philemon (1706, 1709).
  • p. 509
  • Description of the Morning (1709).
  • p. 514
  • Description of a City Shower (1710).
  • p. 515
  • Cadenus and Vanessa (1713?, 1726).
  • p. 517
  • Author upon Himself (1714, 1735).
  • p. 537
  • Mary the Cook-Maid's Letter to Doctor Sheridan (1718, 1732).
  • p. 540
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1719, 1728).
  • p. 542
  • Phyllis: or, the Progress of Love (1719, 1728).
  • p. 543
  • Progress of Beauty (1719, 1728).
  • p. 546
  • Progress of Poetry (1720, 1728).
  • p. 549
  • To Stella, visiting me in my Sickness (1720, 1728).
  • p. 551
  • To Stella, who collected and transcribed his Poems (1720?, 1728).
  • p. 554
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1721, 1728).
  • p. 558
  • To Stella, On her Birth-Day (1722, 1766).
  • p. 560
  • Satirical Elegy on the Death of a late Famous General (1722, 1764).
  • p. 561
  • Progress of Marriage (1722, 1765).
  • p. 562
  • Stella's Birth-Day. A great Bottle of Wine, long buried, being that Day dug up (1723, 1728).
  • p. 566
  • Stella at Wood-Park (1723, 1735).
  • p. 569
  • To Stella (1724, 1765).
  • p. 572
  • Prometheus (1724).
  • p. 574
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1725, 1728).
  • p. 577
  • On Wood the Iron-monger (1725, 1735).
  • p. 579
  • Receipt to Restore Stella's Youth (1725, 1735).
  • p. 581
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1727, 1728).
  • p. 583
  • Clever Tom Clinch going to be hanged (1726?, 1735).
  • p. 586
  • Holyhead. Sept. 25, 1727 (1727, 1882).
  • p. 587
  • Ireland (1728, 1882).
  • p. 588
  • Directions for Making a Birth-Day Song (1729, 1765).
  • p. 590
  • Dialogue between an eminent Lawyer and Dr. Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's (1729, 1755).
  • p. 597
  • Traulus (1730).
  • p. 599
  • Lady's Dressing-Room (1730, 1732).
  • p. 603
  • Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed (1731, 1734).
  • p. 607
  • Strephon and Chloe (1731, 1734).
  • p. 610
  • Cassinus and Peter (1731, 1734).
  • p. 618
  • To Mr. Gay (1731, 1735).
  • p. 621
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. (1731-32, 1739).
  • p. 626
  • To a Lady (1728?, 1733).
  • p. 639
  • On Poetry: A Rapsody (1733).
  • p. 646
  • Yahoo's Overthrow (1734, 1765).
  • p. 658
  • Legion Club (1736).
  • p. 661
  • Contexts.
  • p. 667
  • From the Journal to Stella.
  • p. 669
  • Letter VI.
  • p. 669
  • Letter XXXII.
  • p. 674
  • Swift to Alexander Pope, Sept. 29, 1725.
  • p. 676
  • Novr 26, 1725.
  • p. 677
  • Swift to Charles Wogan, July-2 Aug., 1732.
  • p. 679
  • Swift to William Pulteney, Dublin May 12, 1735.
  • p. 683
  • Of Mean and Great Figures (?, 1765).
  • p. 685
  • Family of Swift (?, 1765).
  • p. 688
  • On the Death of Mrs. Johnson [Stella] (1728).
  • p. 694
  • Thoughts on Various Subjects (1711).
  • p. 700
  • Some Thoughts on Free-thinking (?, 1767).
  • p. 707
  • Thoughts on Religion (?, 1765).
  • p. 709
  • Observations upon The Tale of a Tub/
  • William Wotton
  • p. 712
  • Poems on Gulliver's Travels/
  • Alexander Pope
  • p. 718
  • Criticism.
  • p. 725
  • 1745-1940
  • Obituary of Swift/
  • Henry Fielding
  • p. 727
  • On A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels/
  • Samuel Johnson
  • p. 727
  • Life of Swift/
  • Samuel Johnson
  • p. 728
  • On Gulliver's Travels/
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • p. 739
  • On Gulliver's Travels and Swift's Last Days/
  • William Makepeace Thackeray
  • p. 741
  • On Swift's Celia/
  • D. H. Lawrence
  • p. 742
  • On Swift, Georgian Ireland, and Stella/
  • W. B. Yeats
  • p. 743
  • After 1940 and by Subject.
  • p. 748
  • Irony of Swift/
  • F. R. Leavis
  • p. 748
  • Swift and Black Humor/
  • Andre Breton
  • p. 758
  • Tale of a Tub
  • Tale and the Book/
  • Hugh Kenner
  • p. 759
  • Text, 'Text,' and Swift's A Tale of a Tub/
  • Marcus Walsh
  • p. 762
  • Battle of the Books/
  • Irvin Ehrenpreis
  • p. 777
  • Poems
  • Feminism and the Augustans/
  • Penelope Wilson
  • p. 784
  • On Swift's Poems/
  • Derek Mahon
  • p. 795
  • Politics (England and Ireland)
  • Swift's Politics/
  • Ian Higgins
  • p. 803
  • Swift and Protestant Ireland/
  • S. J. Connolly
  • p. 820
  • Gulliver's Travels
  • Politics vs. Literature/
  • George Orwell
  • p. 835
  • Houyhnhnms, the Yahoos, and the History of Ideas/
  • R. S. Crane
  • p. 848
  • Utopia and 'the Thing which is not'/
  • Jenny Mezeiems
  • p. 856
  • Swift's "I" Narrators/
  • Claude Rawson
  • p. 874
  • Jonathan Swift: A Chronology.
  • p. 891
  • Selected Bibliography.
  • p. 897
  • Art Credits.
  • p. 903
Control code
ocn320352117
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxx, 904 p.
Isbn
9780393930658
Lccn
2009017788
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
Jonathan Swift : the essential writings : authoritative texts, contexts, criticism, edited by Claude Rawson and Ian Higgins
Publication
Note
Updated ed. of: The basic writings of Jonathan Swift, 2002
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 897-902)
Contents
  • Early Satires and Political Writings (1704-1711).
  • p. 1
  • Tale of a Tub (1704).
  • p. 4
  • Battel of the Books.
  • p. 95
  • Mechanical Operation of the Spirit.
  • p. 113
  • Argument Against Abolishing Christianity (1708, 1711).
  • p. 135
  • Examiner, No. 16. November 23, 1710.
  • p. 146
  • Short Character of his Excellency Thomas Earl of Wharton (1710).
  • p. 151
  • Parodies, Hoaxes, and Sottisiers (1703-1745).
  • p. 157
  • Meditation upon a Broom-stick (1703, 1710).
  • p. 159
  • Predictions for the Year 1708 (1708).
  • p. 160
  • Accomplishment Of the First of Mr. Bickerstaff's Predictions (1708).
  • p. 167
  • Vindication of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. (1709).
  • p. 169
  • Last Speech and Dying Words of Ebenezor Elliston (1722).
  • p. 174
  • From A Compleat Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation (1738).
  • p. 177
  • Directions to Servants (1745).
  • p. 195
  • Writings on Ireland (1707-1737).
  • p. 233
  • Story of the Injured Lady. The Answer to the Injured Lady (1707, 1746).
  • p. 235
  • Sermon: Causes of the Wretched Condition of Ireland (1715, 1762).
  • p. 242
  • Letter to a Young Gentleman, Lately entered into Holy Orders (1720).
  • p. 251
  • Letter to a Young Lady, On Her Marriage (1723, 1727).
  • p. 264
  • Drapier's Letters I (1724).
  • p. 271
  • Drapier's Letters IV (1724).
  • p. 278
  • Short View of the State of Ireland (1728).
  • p. 289
  • Modest Proposal (1729).
  • p. 295
  • Proposal for Giving Badges to the Beggars (1737).
  • p. 303
  • Gulliver's Travels (1726).
  • p. 311
  • Poems.
  • p. 503
  • Verses Wrote on a Lady's Ivory Table-Book (1698, 1711).
  • p. 505
  • humble Petition of Frances Harris (1701, 1711).
  • p. 506
  • Baucis and Philemon (1706, 1709).
  • p. 509
  • Description of the Morning (1709).
  • p. 514
  • Description of a City Shower (1710).
  • p. 515
  • Cadenus and Vanessa (1713?, 1726).
  • p. 517
  • Author upon Himself (1714, 1735).
  • p. 537
  • Mary the Cook-Maid's Letter to Doctor Sheridan (1718, 1732).
  • p. 540
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1719, 1728).
  • p. 542
  • Phyllis: or, the Progress of Love (1719, 1728).
  • p. 543
  • Progress of Beauty (1719, 1728).
  • p. 546
  • Progress of Poetry (1720, 1728).
  • p. 549
  • To Stella, visiting me in my Sickness (1720, 1728).
  • p. 551
  • To Stella, who collected and transcribed his Poems (1720?, 1728).
  • p. 554
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1721, 1728).
  • p. 558
  • To Stella, On her Birth-Day (1722, 1766).
  • p. 560
  • Satirical Elegy on the Death of a late Famous General (1722, 1764).
  • p. 561
  • Progress of Marriage (1722, 1765).
  • p. 562
  • Stella's Birth-Day. A great Bottle of Wine, long buried, being that Day dug up (1723, 1728).
  • p. 566
  • Stella at Wood-Park (1723, 1735).
  • p. 569
  • To Stella (1724, 1765).
  • p. 572
  • Prometheus (1724).
  • p. 574
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1725, 1728).
  • p. 577
  • On Wood the Iron-monger (1725, 1735).
  • p. 579
  • Receipt to Restore Stella's Youth (1725, 1735).
  • p. 581
  • Stella's Birth-Day (1727, 1728).
  • p. 583
  • Clever Tom Clinch going to be hanged (1726?, 1735).
  • p. 586
  • Holyhead. Sept. 25, 1727 (1727, 1882).
  • p. 587
  • Ireland (1728, 1882).
  • p. 588
  • Directions for Making a Birth-Day Song (1729, 1765).
  • p. 590
  • Dialogue between an eminent Lawyer and Dr. Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's (1729, 1755).
  • p. 597
  • Traulus (1730).
  • p. 599
  • Lady's Dressing-Room (1730, 1732).
  • p. 603
  • Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed (1731, 1734).
  • p. 607
  • Strephon and Chloe (1731, 1734).
  • p. 610
  • Cassinus and Peter (1731, 1734).
  • p. 618
  • To Mr. Gay (1731, 1735).
  • p. 621
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. (1731-32, 1739).
  • p. 626
  • To a Lady (1728?, 1733).
  • p. 639
  • On Poetry: A Rapsody (1733).
  • p. 646
  • Yahoo's Overthrow (1734, 1765).
  • p. 658
  • Legion Club (1736).
  • p. 661
  • Contexts.
  • p. 667
  • From the Journal to Stella.
  • p. 669
  • Letter VI.
  • p. 669
  • Letter XXXII.
  • p. 674
  • Swift to Alexander Pope, Sept. 29, 1725.
  • p. 676
  • Novr 26, 1725.
  • p. 677
  • Swift to Charles Wogan, July-2 Aug., 1732.
  • p. 679
  • Swift to William Pulteney, Dublin May 12, 1735.
  • p. 683
  • Of Mean and Great Figures (?, 1765).
  • p. 685
  • Family of Swift (?, 1765).
  • p. 688
  • On the Death of Mrs. Johnson [Stella] (1728).
  • p. 694
  • Thoughts on Various Subjects (1711).
  • p. 700
  • Some Thoughts on Free-thinking (?, 1767).
  • p. 707
  • Thoughts on Religion (?, 1765).
  • p. 709
  • Observations upon The Tale of a Tub/
  • William Wotton
  • p. 712
  • Poems on Gulliver's Travels/
  • Alexander Pope
  • p. 718
  • Criticism.
  • p. 725
  • 1745-1940
  • Obituary of Swift/
  • Henry Fielding
  • p. 727
  • On A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels/
  • Samuel Johnson
  • p. 727
  • Life of Swift/
  • Samuel Johnson
  • p. 728
  • On Gulliver's Travels/
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • p. 739
  • On Gulliver's Travels and Swift's Last Days/
  • William Makepeace Thackeray
  • p. 741
  • On Swift's Celia/
  • D. H. Lawrence
  • p. 742
  • On Swift, Georgian Ireland, and Stella/
  • W. B. Yeats
  • p. 743
  • After 1940 and by Subject.
  • p. 748
  • Irony of Swift/
  • F. R. Leavis
  • p. 748
  • Swift and Black Humor/
  • Andre Breton
  • p. 758
  • Tale of a Tub
  • Tale and the Book/
  • Hugh Kenner
  • p. 759
  • Text, 'Text,' and Swift's A Tale of a Tub/
  • Marcus Walsh
  • p. 762
  • Battle of the Books/
  • Irvin Ehrenpreis
  • p. 777
  • Poems
  • Feminism and the Augustans/
  • Penelope Wilson
  • p. 784
  • On Swift's Poems/
  • Derek Mahon
  • p. 795
  • Politics (England and Ireland)
  • Swift's Politics/
  • Ian Higgins
  • p. 803
  • Swift and Protestant Ireland/
  • S. J. Connolly
  • p. 820
  • Gulliver's Travels
  • Politics vs. Literature/
  • George Orwell
  • p. 835
  • Houyhnhnms, the Yahoos, and the History of Ideas/
  • R. S. Crane
  • p. 848
  • Utopia and 'the Thing which is not'/
  • Jenny Mezeiems
  • p. 856
  • Swift's "I" Narrators/
  • Claude Rawson
  • p. 874
  • Jonathan Swift: A Chronology.
  • p. 891
  • Selected Bibliography.
  • p. 897
  • Art Credits.
  • p. 903
Control code
ocn320352117
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxx, 904 p.
Isbn
9780393930658
Lccn
2009017788
Other physical details
ill., maps

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