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  1. Locating Swift: Essays on the 250th Anniversary of the Death of Jonathan Swift, 1667-1745 by Aileen Doyle, Ian Campbell Ross, et all 1998-03
  2. On marriage : advice to a young man on early marriage ; advice to a young woman on her marriage / Benjamin Franklin & Jonathan Swift by Benjamin (1706-1790) & Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745) Franklin, 1930-01-01
  3. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS Into Several Remote Nations of the World. By Jonathan Swift. With a Sketch of His Life. by Jonathan [1667 - 1745]. Swift, 1844-01-01
  4. LETTERS WRITTEN By The LATE JONATHAN SWIFT, D. D. Dean of St. Partick's, Dublin; and Several of His Friends. From the Year 1703 - 1740. Published from the Originals; with Notes Explanatory and Historical, by John Hawkesworth, L.L.D. [with] LETTERS WRITTEN By The LATE JONATHAN SWIFT, D. D. Dean of St. Partick's, Dublin; and Several of His Friends. From the Year 1710 to 1742. Collected and Revised by Deane Swift, Esq. of Goodrich, in Herefordshire. by Jonathan [1667 - 1745]. Hawkesworth, John - Editor. Swift, 1768-01-01
  5. The works of Jonathan Swift ... Containing interesting and valuable papers, not hitherto published ... With memoir of the author - [complete in 2 volumes] by Jonathan (1667-1745). Roscoe, Thomas (1791-1871) ed. Swift, 1870-01-01
  6. SOME PROSE WORKS Of JONATHAN SWIFT, D.D. by Jonathan. 1667 - 1745]. [Swift, 1931-01-01
  7. The journal to Stella ; A.D. 1710-1713 / by Jonathan Swift, D.D., edited, with introduction and notes by Frederick Ryland by Jonathan (1667-1745) & Ryland, Frederick (1854-1902) Swift, 1924-01-01
  9. Jonathan Swift, 1667-1745 by Ulster Museum, 1967
  10. Fair Liberty Was All His Cry A Tercentenary Tribute to Jonathan Swift 1667-1745 by A. Norman (editor) Jeffares, 1967
  11. Miscellanies in Prose and Verse. Three Volume Set. by Jonathan (1667-1745), et al. SWIFT, 1727-01-01
  12. Gullivers Travels into Several Remote Nations of theWorld. With a memoir of the author. Illustrated with upwards of 300 wood-engravings, from the designs by J. G. Thomson, Engraved by W. L. Thomas. by Jonathan (1667-1745). SWIFT, 1864-01-01
  13. Gulliver 's travels. A tale of a tub. The battle of the books. e by Swift. Jonathan. 1667-1745., 1919
  14. A tale of a tub : written for the universal improvement of mankind. To which is added, An account of a battle between the ancient and modern books in St. James's Library / With the author's apology, and explanatory notes, by W. Wotton, ... and others by Jonathan (1667-1745). Wotton, William (1666-1727) Swift, 1811-01-01

1. Great Books Index - Jonathan Swift
Great Books Index list of Swift texts, including Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, Battle of the Books, and others.
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4. Jonathan Swift
Jonathan 'Isaac Bickerstaff' Swift. ( 16671745) Jonathan Swift was born in Dublin 30 November 1667, second child and only son of Jonathan Swift1 and Abigaile Erick Swift
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Jonathan Swift was born in Dublin, Ireland on 30 November 1667, second child and only son of Jonathan Swift and Abigaile Erick Swift. His father was dead before Jonathan, Junior was born, so the child's education was arranged by other relatives. Jonathan graduated from Trinity College, Dublin, in 1686 and then went to England to try his luck. He found a job as secretary to Sir William Temple, and it was in Sir William's household that he met Esther (Stella) Johnson and became her tutor. Now Sir William was an extremely important statesman of the day. He helped arrange the marriage of future British monarchs William and Mary Anyway, Jonathan wrote a lot of stuff in between tutoring sessions, but unfortunately burned most of it. The writing that survives shows signs of the great satirist he was to become. But when Sir William died in 1699, Jonathan was left scrambling for a job and eventually ended up with several odd little Church positions back in Ireland . He became a very fashionable satiric writer as far as Dublin society was concerned And now for one of my all-time favorite anecdotes. In the early 1700's, a man named John Partridge, a cobler by trade, took up printing almanacs to make some extra money. He challenged his readers to try their hands at prophecy and see if they could beat Partridge's own prophetic abilities. Well, Partridge had made some attacks on the Church of England, and in 1708, Jonathan decided to stand up for his employer. Using the name Isaac Bickerstaff

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  • The Battle of the Books (1704) [ read download Three Sermons and Three Prayers [ read download A Tale of a Tub (1704) [ read download The Bickerstaff-Partridge Papers (1707?) [ read download The Journal to Stella (1710-1713) [ read download An Argument against Abolishing Christianity (1711) [ read download A Proposal for Correcting...The English Tongue (1712) [ read download On the Conduct of the Allies (1713) Gulliver's Travels (1726) [ read download Hints towards an essay on conversation [ read download A Meditation upon a Broomstick [ read download Thoughts on various subjects [ read download A Modest Proposal (1729) [ read download The Grand Question Debated (1729) Directions to Servants (1731) Verses on His Own Death (1731) A Complete Collection of Genteel and Ingenious Conversation (1731) The Lady's Dressing Room (1732) [ read download The Intelligencer (with Thomas Sheridan) (?) Cadenus and Vanessa (1726) On Poetry, a Rhapsody (1733)
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Jonathan Swift (16671745), Brief Biography Dean of St. Patrick s Cathedral,Dublin from 1713 to 1745. Irish writer and satirist notable
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Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin from 1713 to 1745. Irish writer and satirist: notable works by him are: The Battle of the Books A Tale of a Tub The Journal To Stella An Argument against Abolishing Christianity A Proposal For Correcting...The English Tongue Gulliver's Travels A Modest Proposal ; and The Lady's Dressing Room
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In the meantime he had grown tired of Irish life and was glad to accept Temple's proposal for his return to Moor Park, where he continued until Temple's death in January 1699. During this period he wrote much and burned most of what he had written. He read and learned even more than he wrote. Moor Park took him away from brooding and glooming in Ireland and brought him into the corridor of contemporary history, an intimate acquaintance with which became the chief passion of Swift's life. His Pindaric Odes , written at this period or earlier, in the manner of Cowley, indicate the rudiments of a real satirist, but a satirist struggling with a most uncongenial form of expression. Of more importance was his first essay in satiric prose which arose directly from the position which he occupied as domestic author in the Temple household. Sir William had in 1692 published his Essay upon Ancient and Modern Learning , transplanting to England a controversy begun in France by Fontenelle. Incidentally Temple had cited the letters of Phalaris as evidence of the superiority of the Ancients over the Moderns. Temple's praise of Phalarisled to an Oxford edition of the

7. RPO -- Selected Poetry Of Jonathan Swift (1667-1745)
Selected Poetry of Jonathan Swift (16671745). from RepresentativePoetry On-line Prepared by members of the Department of English
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"In all distresses of our friends,
We first consult our private ends;
While Nature, kindly bent to ease us,
Points out some circumstance to please us."
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    Given name : Jonathan
    Family name : Swift Birth date : 30 November 1667 Death date : 19 October 1745 Nationality : Irish Family relations father: Jonathan Swift mother: Abigail Swift sister: Jane Fenton grandfather: Thomas Swift Languages English French Latin Greek Education Grammar school at Kilkenny Trinity College, Dublin (B.A.): 24 April 1682 to February 1686
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    Nine of Swift's poems with explanatory notes from the University of Toronto Electronic Library.
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    Recent Up a category E-text: Gulliver's Travels, by Jonathan Swift Read the full text of Jonathan Swift's "Gullivar's Travels." Swift writes: "The author of these Travels, Mr. Lemuel Gulliver, is my ancient and intimate friend; there is likewise some relation between us on the mother's side." Gulliver's Historico-Tropological Journey "Gulliver's function as a measuring stick is metonymic: he comes from the British worldostensibly the land of the Realand so the British reader feels he can be used to establish differences between the Real and the fantasy worlds he visits."

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    Search all of Jonathan Swift Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) , Irish author and journalist, the foremost prose satirist in the English language. Swift's best known work is Gulliver's Travels
    Swift was born in Dublin on November 30,1667. He studied at Kilkenny Grammar School (1674-82) and at Trinity College in Dublin (1682-89), receiving his B.A. in 1868 and M.A. in 1692. In 1695 Swift was ordained in the Church of Ireland (Anglican), Dublin. He made several trips to London and gained fame with his essays. Throughout the reign of Queen Anne (1702-14), Swift was one of the central figures in the literary and political life of London. He was a founder member of the Scriblerus Club, which included such member as Pope, Gay and Congreve.
    1710 Swift tried to open a political career among the Whigs but changed his party and took over the Tory journal The Examiner . With the accession of George I, the Tories lost political power and Swift withdrew to Ireland. From 1713 to 1742 he was the dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Swift's religious writing is little read today.
    His most famous works other than Gulliver's Travels include The Battle Of The Books (1697) which explores the merits of the ancients and the moderns in literature and A Tale Of A Tub (1704), a religious satire.

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    Jonathan Swift in his long lifetime saw the transition of Dublin from being a small post-medieval town to a city of mansions, grand Georgian terraces and notable institutions.
    He became Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral in 1713 and spent much of his later years helping the many distressed poor in the locality. He bequeathed his modest fortune to the founding of St Patrick's Psychiatric Hospital which still operates as such today. Dean Swift is probably best remembered as the author of Gulliver's Travels

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    Translate this page Home_Page Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), Escritor político y satíricoanglo-irlandés, considerado uno de los maestros de la prosa
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    Entre sus primeros trabajos en prosa se encuentra La batalla entre los libros antiguos y modernos (1697), una mofa de las discusiones literarias del momento, que trataban de valorar si eran mejores las obras de la antigüedad o las modernas. En esta obra suya, el autor irlandés se puso de parte de los maestros antiguos y, con gran mordacidad, atacó la pedantería y el espíritu escolástico de los escritores de su tiempo. Su Historia de una bañera El comportamiento de los aliados (1711), en el cual afirmaba que los whigs habían prolongado la Guerra de Sucesión española mirando sólo a sus propios intereses. Este panfleto fue la causa de la dimisión de John Churchill, primer duque de Malborough, comandante en jefe de las Fuerzas Armadas británicas.
    Swift comenzó sus Cartas a Stella en 1710. Stella era el nombre que él utilizaba para dirigirse a Esther Johnson, quien por entonces vivía en Dublín. Esta serie de cartas íntimas, en las que aparecen numerosos vocablos propios del lenguaje infantil, revelan un curioso aspecto de la enigmática personalidad del satirista irlandés. Los especialistas no tienen muy claro cuál era el tipo de relación que existía entre tutor y alumna. Es posible incluso que se hubieran casado en secreto. La otra mujer de la que se tiene noticia en la vida de Swift fue Esther Vanhomrigh, también alumna suya, hija de un comerciante de Dublín de origen holandés, y a la que él llamaba Vanessa, se enamoró perdidamente de su tutor, pero él no correspondió nunca a ese amor. En 1717, fue nombrado deán de la catedral de San Patricio de Dublín. Al año siguiente, el partido tory perdió el poder, y su influencia política desapareció por completo. Entre 1724 y 1725 publicó anónimamente

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