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I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a young healthy child well nursed is...
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A Tale of a Tub was first published by the Irish clergyman and novelist Jonathan Swift in 1704; it is the first and perh...
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First written in 1726, and altered in 1735, Gulliver’s Travels is a classic of social satire. Using the format of the se...
Directions to Servants in General is a satirical parody of the conduct book genre by Jonathan Swift. It was written in t...
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Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels was first published in 1726 under the title Travels into several Remote Nations of t...
In 1712, the English language, according to the satirist Jonathan Swift, was in chaos. He outlined his complaints in thi...
This series of entertaining but eventually bitter letters were exchanged between Jonathan Swift and Henrietta Howard, Co...
The satirist Jonathan Swift published Polite Conversation in 1738. It consists of three satirical dialogues at breakfast...
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Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels was first published in 1726. Published in 1776, The Adventures of Captain Gulliver i...