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Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift, New Edition (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations)

 
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This addition to the Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations series focuses on Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. Gathered here is a collection of well-respected critical essays on the text, discussing topics such as the philosophical background of the work, satire, and more.

CONTENTS
Editor’s Note
Introduction (Harold Bloom)

Satiric Norms, Swift’s Financial Satires and the Bank of Ireland Controversy of 1720–1721 (Sean Moore)
How to Write Gulliver’s Travels (Irvin Ehrenpreis)
Mutiny on the Adventure: A Possible Source of Gulliver’s Travels (Alain Bony)
Lemuel Self-Translated; Or, Being an Ass in Houyhnhnmland (Michael J. Franklin)
Swift’s Caricatures of Newton: ‘Taylor,’ ‘Conjurer’ and ‘Workman in the Mint’ (Gregory Lynall)
Gulliver, Gulliveriana, and the Problem of Swiftian Satire (Ashley Marshall)
Gulliver and the Horse: An Enquiry Into Equine Ethics (Nicolás Panagopoulos)
The Secret Memoirs of Lemuel Gulliver: Satire, Secrecy, and Swift (Melinda Rabb)
The Sexual Politics of Microscopy in Brobdingnag (Deborah Needleman Armintor)
Gulliver as Pet and Pet Keeper: Talking Animals in Book 4 (Ann Cline Kelly)

Chronology
Contributors
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

 




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