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Critical essays on Jonathan Swift
Palmeri, Frank.
Publication Information:
New York : G.K. Hall ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, [1993]

Physical Description:
ix, 277 pages ; 25 cm.
Swift among the women / Margaret Anne Doody -- Jonathan Swift's progress from prose to poetry / Arthur H. Scouten -- Why the Houyhnhnms don't write: Swift, satire and the fear of the text / Terry J. Castle -- Strange dispositions: Swift's Gulliver's travels / Michael Seidel -- Irony and ideals in Gulliver's travels / Frank Stringfellow -- Gulliver 3; or, the progress of Clio / Eric Rothstein -- Reading race and gender: Jonathan Swift / Laura Brown -- A Tale of a tub and Clarissa: a battling of books / Everett Zimmerman -- Swift and Sterne: two tales, several sermons, and a relationship revisited / Melvyn New -- The satiric footnotes of Swift and Gibbon / Frank Palmeri -- The difference in Swift / Ellen Pollak -- Antipastoral vision and antipastoral reality / Carole Fabricant -- "Suppose me dead": Swift's Verses on the death of Dr. Swift / Ronald Paulson -- How possibly to improve discourse: the proposal for an academy / Ann Cline Kelly -- Swift and the revolution [of 1688] / F.P. Lock.
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