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Published:
March 1998
ISBN:
1-85182-317-4
Price:
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Locating Swift
Essays from Dublin on the 250th Anniversary of the Death of Jonathan Swift, 1667-1745
AILEEN DOUGLAS, PATRICK KELLY & IAN ROSS, Editors

Contents:

Swift and Protestant Ireland: Images and reality:
S.J.Connolly

'Conlisions by no Means Calculated for Circumstances and Condition of Ireland': Swift, Berkeley, and the solution to Ireland's economic problems:
Patrick Kelly

Swift and the Spider-Woman: Swift, Manley and Tory satire:
Melinda Alliker Rabb

The historian as satirist and satirized:
Frank Palmeri

Swift and the mess of narrative:
Margaret Anne Doody

Chinese utopianism and Gulliverian narcissism in Swift's travels:
Frank T. Boyle

The two Jonathans: Swift, Smedley and the outhouse ethos:
Mark R. Blackwell

Avoiding Swift: Influence and the body:
Allen Reddick

Singularity and the syllabus: The teaching of Swift in Trinity College, Dublin:
Aileen Douglas & Ian Campbell Ross

Swift's political legacy: remembering the past in order to imagine the future:
Carole Fabricant

'Those of us who admire Swift are fated to go on forever delving into the interminably fascinating ambiguities of his life and art - it is a measure of his inexhaustible greatness. We can only be grateful for a book that makes the search so richly rewarding' Patrick Reilly, University of Glasgow, Irish Studies Review.

208pp March 1998

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