Swift's Landscape

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982 - Literary Criticism - 307 pages
Swift's Landscape argues for a fundamental reevaluation of Jonathan Swift's place in eighteenth-century literary history. Combining history, biography, and literary criticism, Carole Fabricant restores both Swift's life and his writings to their proper landscape - by emphasizing the influence of the author's Irish involvements and environs on his work.

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Contents

CENTRAL FEATURES OF SWIFTS LANDSCAPE
24
ANTIPASTORAL REALITY
55
THE SUBVERSION OF THE COUNTRY HOUSE IDEAL
95
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