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Gulliver's travels: an authoritative text, the correspondence of Swift, Pope's verses on Gulliver's travels [and] critical essays.

Author: Jonathan Swift; Robert A Greenberg
Publisher: New York, Norton [1970]
Series: Norton critical edition.
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Contains an authoritative text, the correspondence of Swift, Pope's verses on Gulliver's Travels, critical essays.
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Genre/Form: Satire
Fantasy fiction
Correspondence
Early works to 1800
Fiction
Named Person: Jonathan Swift; Jonathan Swift
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Swift; Robert A Greenberg
ISBN: 0393099415 9780393099416
OCLC Number: 89106
Notes: "Text ... is substantially that of Volume III of the Dublin edition of Swift's works, published in 1735 by George Faulkner."
Description: x, xiv, 432 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: Text of Gulliver's travels --
Extracts from the correspondence of Swift, Pope, Gay, and Arbuthnot: Swift to Charles Ford (Jan. 19, 1724; Aug. 14, 1725) --
Swift to the Rev. Thomas Sheridan (Sept. 11, 1725) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Sept. 29, 1725) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 26, 1725) --
John Arbuthnot to Swift (Nov 5, 1726) --
Alexander Pope to Swift (Nov. 27, 1726) --
John Gay to Swift (Nov. 17, 1726) --
Swift to Mrs. Howard (Nov. 27, 1726) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 27, 1726) --
Swift to L'Abbe des Fontaines (July, 1727) --
Pope's verses on Gulliver's travels: To Quinbus Flestrin, the man-mountain --
Lamentation of Glumdalclitch, for the loss of Grildrig --
To Mr. Lemuel Gulliver, the grateful address of the unhappy Houyhnhnms, now in slavery and bondage in England --
Mary Gulliver to Captain Lemuel Gulliver --
Words of the King of Brobdingnag, as he held Captain Gulliver between his finger and thumb for the inspection of the sages and learned men of the court --
Critical essays: Jonathan Swift / Louis A. Landa --
Outline of Gulliver's travels / Allan Bloom --
Pride of Lemuel Gulliver / Samuel Holt Monk --
Rationale of the fourth voyage / R.S. Crane --
Gulliver; the satirist on himself / W.B. Carnochan --
Swift; the metamorphosis of irony / A.E. Dyson --
Swift and Defoe / Nigel Dennis --
Evolution of Gulliver's character / John Lawlor --
Frailty of Lemuel Gulliver / Paul Fussell, Jr. --
Sensory structure of the travels / G. Wilson Knight --
Swift and science, and the placing of book III / Bonamy Dobree --
Shadowy world of the third voyage / Kathleen Williams --
Satiric fiction / Edward W. Rosenheim, Jr. --
Gulliver's conversion amongst the Houyhnhmms / J. Middleton Murry --
Sense of tragedy in book IV / W.B.C. Watkins --
Houyhnhmms, the Yahoos, and the history of ideas / R.S. Crane --
Satire as betrayal / Henry W. Sams --
Gulliver and the gentle reader / C.J. Rawson --
Situation as satirical method / Ricardo Quintana --
Limitations of satire / Basil Willey --
Swift's negative irony / F.R. Leavis --
Aspects of Swift's prose / Herbert Davis.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Responsibility: Edited by Robert A. Greenberg.

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