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Jonathan Swift

Born in Ireland in 1667, Jonathan Swift defiantly clung to his Englishness. He refused to relinquish this attachment even as corruption and injustice gradually led him to turn against the English gove

ISBN10 : 0241962900 , ISBN13 : 9780241962909

Page Number : 500

Jonathan Swift

Draws on discoveries made in the past three decades to paint a new portrait of the satirist, speculating on his parentage, love life, and relationships while claiming that the public image he projecte

ISBN10 : 0300164998 , ISBN13 : 9780300164992

Page Number : 573

Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift: Our Dean (along with its companion, Jonathan Swift: Irish Blow-in) aspires to be the most accurate and engaging critical biography of Jonathan Swift ever. It builds on the thorough res

ISBN10 : 1611496101 , ISBN13 : 9781611496109

Page Number : 768

Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift: Irish Blow-in covers the arc of the first half of Jonathan Swift’s life, offering fresh details of the contentment and exuberance of his childhood, of the support he received from hi

ISBN10 : 1611496071 , ISBN13 : 9781611496079

Page Number : 736


One of the most important writers and thinkers of the Renaissance, Michel de Montaigne (1533–92) helped invent a literary genre that seemed more modern than anything that had come before. But did he

ISBN10 : 1400883393 , ISBN13 : 9781400883394

Page Number : 832

John Donne

A vivid portrait of the life and work of the English establishment poet places his achievements against a backdrop of a rapidly transforming world and offers insight into how his writings reflect such

ISBN10 : 9780393062601 , ISBN13 : 0393062600

Page Number : 565


The world of 1616 was a world of motion. Enormous galleons carrying silk and silver across the Pacific created the first true global economy, and the first international megacorporations were emerging

ISBN10 : 1619020467 , ISBN13 : 9781619020467

Page Number : 288