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Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) Irish writer - Classic Literature
(1667-1745) Irish writer. Among English prose stylists, Jonathan Swift is a master of a perfectly clear, exact, and firm prose.
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Jonathan Swift Books - Classic Literature - About.com
Jonathan Swift is famous for Gulliver's Travels (1726), A Modest Proposal (1729) and other tales of humor, satire, and imagination. Read more about the life and ...
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Jonathan Swift Quotes - Classic Literature - About.com
Jonathan Swift was an Irish novelist, poet and satirist--famous for Gulliver's Travels, and other works. His most famous novel has been controversy, banned and ...
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Collected Works - Jonathan Swift - Classic Literature - About.com
Read the collected works of Jonathan Swift (1667-1745).
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A Modest Proposal - Jonathan Swift - Classic Literature - About.com
Read A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). This work is one of Swift's most famous satirical essays (written in 1729).
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A Proposal - Jonathan Swift - Classic Literature - About.com
by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). Introduction. To the Most Honourable Robert Earl of Oxford, &c. My Lord,. What I had the Honour of mentioning to Your Lordship ...
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The Battle of the Books - Jonathan Swift
Read The Battle of the Books, by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745).
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1-6 - Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift
Read Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). This work is one of Swift's most famous satirical works.
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1-1 - Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift
Read Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). This work is one of Swift's most famous satirical works.
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Jonathan Swift on Style - Keeping It Simple
Widely regarded as one of the finest prose stylists in English, Jonathan Swift once defined style as.
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