The Prose Works Of Jonathan Swift by Jonathan Swift

This collection of writings by a prominent 18th-century satirist and essayist offers a diverse range of his non-poetic works, including political pamphlets, essays, and correspondence. The compilation showcases the author's sharp wit, profound disdain for contemporary society and politics, and his exceptional ability to use satire as a means of social commentary. Through his prose, the author addresses issues such as the corruption of the British government, the oppression of Ireland, and the follies of human nature, all while displaying his mastery of language and rhetorical skill. This body of work not only provides insight into the author's mind but also reflects the complexities and concerns of the Enlightenment period.

The 7175th greatest book of all time


Published
1701
Nationality
Irish
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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