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Gulliver's travels: an authoritative text, the correspondence of Swift, Pope's verses on Gulliver's travels critical essays.

by Swift, Jonathan; Greenberg, Robert A [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: A Norton critical edition.Publisher: New York : Norton, c1970Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xiv, 432 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0393099415; 9780393099416.Subject(s): Voyages, Imaginary -- Early works to 1800 | Gulliver, Lemuel (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Authors, Irish -- 18th century -- CorrespondenceOnline resources: Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Text of Gulliver's travels -- Extracts from the correspondence of Swift, Pope, Gay, and Arbuthnot: Swift to Charles Ford (Jan. 19, 1724; Aug. 14, 1725) -- Swift to the Rev. Thomas Sheridan (Sept. 11, 1725) -- Swift to Alexander Pope (Sept. 29, 1725) -- Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 26, 1725) -- John Arbuthnot to Swift (Nov 5, 1726) -- Alexander Pope to Swift (Nov. 27, 1726) -- John Gay to Swift (Nov. 17, 1726) -- Swift to Mrs. Howard (Nov. 27, 1726) -- Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 27, 1726) -- Swift to L'Abbe des Fontaines (July, 1727) -- Pope's verses on Gulliver's travels: To Quinbus Flestrin, the man-mountain -- Lamentation of Glumdalclitch, for the loss of Grildrig -- To Mr. Lemuel Gulliver, the grateful address of the unhappy Houyhnhnms, now in slavery and bondage in England -- Mary Gulliver to Captain Lemuel Gulliver -- Words of the King of Brobdingnag, as he held Captain Gulliver between his finger and thumb for the inspection of the sages and learned men of the court -- Critical essays: Jonathan Swift / Louis A. Landa -- Outline of Gulliver's travels / Allan Bloom -- Pride of Lemuel Gulliver / Samuel Holt Monk -- Rationale of the fourth voyage / R.S. Crane -- Gulliver; the satirist on himself / W.B. Carnochan -- Swift; the metamorphosis of irony / A.E. Dyson -- Swift and Defoe / Nigel Dennis -- Evolution of Gulliver's character / John Lawlor -- Frailty of Lemuel Gulliver / Paul Fussell, Jr. -- Sensory structure of the travels / G. Wilson Knight -- Swift and science, and the placing of book III / Bonamy Dobree -- Shadowy world of the third voyage / Kathleen Williams -- Satiric fiction / Edward W. Rosenheim, Jr. -- Gulliver's conversion amongst the Houyhnhmms / J. Middleton Murry -- Sense of tragedy in book IV / W.B.C. Watkins -- Houyhnhmms, the Yahoos, and the history of ideas / R.S. Crane -- Satire as betrayal / Henry W. Sams -- Gulliver and the gentle reader / C.J. Rawson -- Situation as satirical method / Ricardo Quintana -- Limitations of satire / Basil Willey -- Swift's negative irony / F.R. Leavis -- Aspects of Swift's prose / Herbert Davis.
Summary: Summary: Contains an authoritative text, the correspondence of Swift, Pope's verses on Gulliver's Travels, critical essays.
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"Text ... is substantially that of Volume III of the Dublin edition of Swift's works, published in 1735 by George Faulkner."

Includes bibliographical references.

Table of contents Text of Gulliver's travels --
Extracts from the correspondence of Swift, Pope, Gay, and Arbuthnot: Swift to Charles Ford (Jan. 19, 1724; Aug. 14, 1725) --
Swift to the Rev. Thomas Sheridan (Sept. 11, 1725) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Sept. 29, 1725) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 26, 1725) --
John Arbuthnot to Swift (Nov 5, 1726) --
Alexander Pope to Swift (Nov. 27, 1726) --
John Gay to Swift (Nov. 17, 1726) --
Swift to Mrs. Howard (Nov. 27, 1726) --
Swift to Alexander Pope (Nov. 27, 1726) --
Swift to L'Abbe des Fontaines (July, 1727) --
Pope's verses on Gulliver's travels: To Quinbus Flestrin, the man-mountain --
Lamentation of Glumdalclitch, for the loss of Grildrig --
To Mr. Lemuel Gulliver, the grateful address of the unhappy Houyhnhnms, now in slavery and bondage in England --
Mary Gulliver to Captain Lemuel Gulliver --
Words of the King of Brobdingnag, as he held Captain Gulliver between his finger and thumb for the inspection of the sages and learned men of the court --
Critical essays: Jonathan Swift / Louis A. Landa --
Outline of Gulliver's travels / Allan Bloom --
Pride of Lemuel Gulliver / Samuel Holt Monk --
Rationale of the fourth voyage / R.S. Crane --
Gulliver; the satirist on himself / W.B. Carnochan --
Swift; the metamorphosis of irony / A.E. Dyson --
Swift and Defoe / Nigel Dennis --
Evolution of Gulliver's character / John Lawlor --
Frailty of Lemuel Gulliver / Paul Fussell, Jr. --
Sensory structure of the travels / G. Wilson Knight --
Swift and science, and the placing of book III / Bonamy Dobree --
Shadowy world of the third voyage / Kathleen Williams --
Satiric fiction / Edward W. Rosenheim, Jr. --
Gulliver's conversion amongst the Houyhnhmms / J. Middleton Murry --
Sense of tragedy in book IV / W.B.C. Watkins --
Houyhnhmms, the Yahoos, and the history of ideas / R.S. Crane --
Satire as betrayal / Henry W. Sams --
Gulliver and the gentle reader / C.J. Rawson --
Situation as satirical method / Ricardo Quintana --
Limitations of satire / Basil Willey --
Swift's negative irony / F.R. Leavis --
Aspects of Swift's prose / Herbert Davis.

Summary:
Contains an authoritative text, the correspondence of Swift, Pope's verses on Gulliver's Travels, critical essays.

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