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Landlord-Tenant Relations in Swift's "A Modest Proposal"
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A five page paper analyzing Jonathan Swift's attack on the treatment of the Irish peasantry by their Anglo-Irish landlords. The paper shows how Swift presents his argument by creating a bigoted persona whose suggestions are too extreme.
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Jonathan Swift / A Tale of a Tub
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A 5 page research paper that summarizes the main points of Swift's satire of seventeenth century religion. The Tale of a Tub (1704) is an allegorical satire that ridicules religious extremists. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Satire of Jonathan Swift: Notes on “Gulliver's Travel's”, “A Modest Proposal”, “The Battle of the Books”, and “A Tale of a Tub”
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An 8 page discussion of the satire of Jonathan Swift, the English writer of the eighteenth century. Illustrates how Swift’s satire was intended to be a vehicle for social change. Outlines the underlying themes of several of his works and provides quotes illustrating the sometimes shocking absurdity of much of Swift’s literary approach to his genre. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Satire in Brady’s “I Want a Wife” and Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”
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A five-page paper looking at these two essays by Jonathan Swift and Judy Brady in terms of the reason satire was employed to convey their message. The paper concludes that in both these pieces, the authors present their material satirically in order to allow the reader to see their real points more clearly and effectively, without one’s natural defensiveness getting in the way. No additional sources.
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The Unattainable Literary Geography of Swift's Gulliver
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In Gulliver's Travels, there is a myriad of meaning buried in an entertaining and macabre representation of period writing. This 6 page paper argues that Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels must have seemed inaccessible to the early modern reader with it's underlying theme of mocking the Puritan ethic, it's satirical form and the romantic style which incorporated absurdism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Conrad, Blake, Swift, & the Dialectics of Literary Inheritance
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A 20 page paper showing how Joseph Conrad, as an early Modernist, used many techniques inherited from earlier literary periods -- some of which he would have cheerfully acknowledged, others of which he would have found less congenial. Specifically, the paper looks at ways in which the ideologies and techniques of Jonathan Swift and William Blake found their way into Conrad's works. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
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