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  • From Steele and Addison to Pope and Swift
    Annotated Bibliography on Augustan Satire (Jack Lynch, Rutgers)
    Coverage of the most important general accounts of satire in the last half century and some of the most influential treatments of the two most important early eighteenth-century satirists, Pope and Swift, especially since the late sixties.
    Alexander Pope's Homepage: Your Connection to 18th Century Literature, Travel, and Suicide Prevention (Geocities)
    Chatty page providing portraits and a few works for Pope, Behn, Cibber, Gay, Dryden, Hogarth, and Swift. Like all Geocities sites, irritatingly commercial.

    Jonathan Swift

    A big timeline of things related to Swift and Gulliver.
    Gulliver's Travels Bibliography (Lee Jaffee)
    Extensive bibliography of secondary sources on Swift, Gulliver, and their background.
    Ehrenpreis Institut für Swift Studien (Münster)
    Information (in German) on the Institute.
    Swift Conference Series
    Information on the annual symposia in the Dean Swift Seminar Series, including programs and papers.

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  • Swift, Jonathan:
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    Swift, Jonathan and Thomas Sheridan

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    Swift, Jonathan

  • Gulliver's Travels (Bibliomania)
  • Gulliver's Travels (ReadPrint)
  • A Modest Proposal (ReadPrint)
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  • A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed (
  • Cassinus and Peter (
  • The Lady's Dressing Room (Celia Easton, Geneseo)
  • The Progress of Beauty
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift:
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift (Jack Lynch, Rutgers)
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D. (Toronto)
  • Proposal To Pay Off the Debt of the Nation (McMaster)
  • Reasons Why We Should Not Lower the Coins (McMaster)
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