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|Named Person:||Jonathan Swift|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jonathan Swift; Thomas Sheridan; John Nichols
|Notes:||Index to the nineteen volumes: v. 19, p. 241-395.
v. 11-13. Letters -- v. 14. Letters between Swift and Pope. Journal to Stella (letters i-xviii) -- v. 15. Journal to Stella (letters xix-lxv) -- v. 16. Fragments of the history of England. Directions to servants. Of the education of ladies. Some thoughts on freethinking. Prefaces to William Temple's letters and memoirs -- v. 17. The art of sinking in poetry (Peri-bathos) A key to the lock. The history of John Bull. The art of political lying. Poetry -- v. 18. "Miscellaneous tracts by Dr. Swift and his friends." The present state of wit. The tatler (v. 5, no. 1, 2, 28) The examiner (no. 46, June 14, 1711) A passage by Swift from The spectator (no. 575, August 2, 1714) Letters. Poetry -- v. 19. Misc. letters and essays, some by friends after Swift's death.
|Description:||19 v. : port.|
|Contents:||v. 1. The life of Dr. Swift, by Sheridan. Swift's will --
v. 2. Tale of a tub. The battle of the books. An argument against abolishing Christianity. A project for the advancement of religion --
v. 3. The examiner (no. xii-xliv, Nov. 2, 1710-June 7, 1711) --
v. 4. The history of the last yearsof the queen [Anne] --
v. 5. The Bickerstaff tracts. A proposal for correcting, improving, and ascertaining the English tongue. A letter to a very young lady on her marriage. The tatler (1710: no. 66, 74, 81, 258. 1711: no. 5, 20, 24, 230) The spectator (no. 50) The intelligencer (no. 1, 3, 19) The advantages proposed by repealing the sacramental test --
v. 6. Gulliver's travels --
v. 7. Poetry --
v. 8. Poetry. Polite conversation. The art of punning --
v. 9. The drapier's letters. A proposal for paying the national debt. A modest proposal. The swearer's bank --
v. 10. Sermons. A treatise on good manners --
|Series Title:||Library of English literature, LEL 21951-61.|
|Responsibility:||arranged by Thomas Sheridan, A.M. with notes, historical and critical.|