5 edition of Swift"s Irish writings found in the catalog.
Swift"s Irish writings
This edition presents Jonathan Swift"s most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with introductions and annotations.
|Statement||edited by Carole Fabricant, Robert Mahony.|
|Contributions||Fabricant, Carole., Mahony, Robert.|
|LC Classifications||PR3722 .F33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009047074|
Edited by Joseph McMinn. This volume collects, for the first time, Jonathan Swift's major writings on Ireland and on Irish affairs, including the Story of an Injured Lady () on Anglo-Irish relations after the union between England and Scotland; a number of the Drapier's Letters, in which he assumed the persona of M.B. Drapier to voice his countrymen's outrage at English insensitivity in. Gulliver's Travels, or Travels into Several Remote Nations of the Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships is a prose satire of by the Irish writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift, satirising both human nature and the "travellers' tales" literary subgenre. It is Swift's best known full-length work, and a classic of English : Jonathan Swift.
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This edition presents Jonathan Swift’s most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with introductions and annotations. ISBN –0–––0 (hardback) 1. Ireland—Literary collections. Swift, Jonathan. Buy Swift's Irish Writings by Fabricant, Carole, Carole Fabricant, Robert Mahony (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. This edition presents Jonathan Swift's most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with an introduction, head notes and annotations that shed new light on the full context Swifts Irish writings book significance of each piece.
Familiar works such as "Gulliver's Travels" and "A Tale of a Tub" acquire new and deeper meanings when considered within the Irish frameworks presented in the edition. This edition presents Jonathan Swift’s most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with an introduction, head notes and annotations that shed.
Get this from a library. Swift's Irish writings: selected prose and poetry. [Jonathan Swift; Carole Fabricant; Robert Mahony] -- This edition offers original material with scholarly annotation, joining Swift's most important writings on Ireland in both prose and poetry. This edition presents Jonathan Swift's most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with an introduction, head notes and annotations that shed new light on the full context and significance of each piece.
Familiar works such as "Gulliver's Travels" and "A Tale of a Tub" acquire. "To have so substantial a selection of Swift's writings on Ireland and Irish affairs, in prose and verse, intelligently assembled, concisely introduced, and helpfully annotated by two distinguished Swift scholars will prove a considerable boon to students and teachers of Irish writing, postcolonial studies, and English literature alike."--Ian Campbell Ross, Professor of Eighteenth-Century.
This Norton Critical Edition is the fullest single-volume collection of Jonathan Swift's writings, encompassing not only the major prose satires―A Tale of the Tub, Gulliver’s Travels, and A Modest Proposal―but also a large number of other works, including his most important poems and political texts are accompanied by detailed explanatory annotations by Ian Higgins, thirty 5/5(6).
Answer: Two of Swift's pro-Irish writings were, 'The Drapier's Letters' which encouraged the boycott of English copper coins, and, 'A Modest Proposal' which drew attention to starvation in Ireland. According to Wikipedia, 'The Drapier's Letters () was a series of pamphlets against the monopoly granted by the English government to William Wood to mint copper coinage for Ireland.
Fintan O’Toole on Jonathan Swift: a moral giant and founder of Anglo-Irish writing years after his birth, Swift’s savage indignation can still reach right into our hearts Thu, A Modest Proposal Is Proposed.
In his most famous piece of satire, “A Modest Proposal For preventing the Children of Poor People From being a Burthen to Their Parents or Country, and For making them Beneficial to the Publick,” Swift called attention to the plight of the Irish by proposing an outlandish plan to help Ireland’s poor.
This edition presents Jonathan Swift's most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with an introduction, head notes and annotations that shed. Jonathan Swift was a master of the closely allied forms of political pamphleteering and satire.
In this lucid and accessible book, Oakleaf offers an informed, nuanced, and generally careful account of the political life and works of this famous polemicist and satirist. Jonathan Swift - Jonathan Swift - Withdrawal to Ireland: With the death of Queen Anne in August and the accession of George I, the Tories were a ruined party, and Swift’s career in England was at an end.
He withdrew to Ireland, where he was to pass most of the remainder of his life. After a period of seclusion in his deanery, Swift gradually regained his energy. Buy Swift's Irish Writings by Carole Fabricant, Robert Mahony from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Edited by Joseph McMinn This volume collects, for the first time, Jonathan Swift's major writings on Ireland and on Irish affairs, including the Story of an Injured Lady () on Anglo-Irish relations after the union between England and Scotland; a number of the Drapier's Letters, in which he assumed the persona of M.B.
Drapier to voice his countrymen's outrage at English insensitivity in. Swift’s importance in Irish economic disputes is often inflated by cultural and literary critics, and Moore’s book is also inflationary in the credit it gives to Swift, who seems to have founded Anglo-Irish literature, inaugurated a literary public sphere in Ireland, and been a principal promoter of the Monti.
Previous Swift scholarship has. Irish Political Writings after A Modest Proposal and Other Works edited by David Hayton and Adam Rounce is the latest volume of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jonathan Swift and the first fully annotated edition of Swift’s Irish prose writings from to The book will be launched at pm on Wednesday, 26 September at Armagh Robinson Library.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This edition presents Jonathan Swift's most important Irish writings in both prose and verse, together with an introduction, head notes and annotations that shed new light on the full context and significance of each piece. Much of the book displays Swifts caustic wit, but, unless you are an enthusiast for Irish history, there is so much minutia that a quarter of the volume is given to footnotes!
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