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As well as making sure wide assurance of Jonathan Swift's writing by way of together with early, in addition to extra recognized later works, this significant other bargains entry to present severe and theoretical matters in regards to the writer. precise emphasis is put on Swift's challenging dating with the land of his start, eire, and on his position as a political author in a hugely politicized age.

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