Critical Companion to Jonathan Swift: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work

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Infobase Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Authors, Irish - 481 pages
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Best known as the author of Gulliver's Travels, Jonathan Swift is one of literature's great satirists. This volume contains analyses of all Swift's major works. It also examines his influences, including family, friends, relatives, and acquaintances, as well as important places where he lived and worked.
 

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Contents

Works AZ
11
Related Entries
303
A
305
B
310
C
321
D
327
E
332
F
334
O
381
P
385
QR
397
S
401
T
414
V
419
W
422
Z
431

G
337
H
342
J
350
K
353
L
357
M
364
N
379
Appendices
433
Chronology of Swifts Life
435
Bibliography
439
Works Cited
456
Index
458
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