Jonathan Swift and the Age of Compromise

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NOTES

The following abbreviations are used:

Works Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, ed. Herbert Davis (Basil Black-
well, 1937) (in progress).
T.S. Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, ed. Temple Scott ( George Bell,
1898-1908).
Corr. The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, ed. F. Elrington Ball
( George Bell, 1910-1914).
Poems The Poems of Jonathan Swift, ed. Harold Williams (Clarendon
Press, 1937).
T.T. A Tale of a Tub to which is added The Battle of the Books and
The Mechanical Operation of the Spirit
, ed. A. C. Guthkelch and
D. Nichol Smith ( Clarendon Press, 1920).
Journal Journal to Stella, ed. Harold Williams, ( Clarendon Press, 1948).

CHAPTER I
1.
See Sandor Ferenczi, "Gulliver Fantasies", Final Contributions to the Problems and Methods of Psycho-Analysis, London, 1955, pp. 41-60.
2.
T.S., XI, 367-82.
3.
Corr., IV, 76.
4.
Journal, I, 110.
5.
Corr., IV, 366.
6.
Corr., III, 315.
7.
Corr., V, 306.
8.
Corr., IV, 195.
9.
Corr., II, 153.
10.
T.S., I, 280.
11.
Corr., I, 4.
12.
Poems, I, 55.
13.
Corr., I, 367.
14.
Journal, I, 229.
15.
Journal, I, 229-30.
16.
Journal, J, 231.
17.
Corr., IV, 78.
18.
Corr., IV, 217.
19.
Corr., III, 436.
20.
Corr., IV, 330.
21.
Poems, I, 170.
22.
Corr., III, 157.
23.
Corr., III, 277.
24.
Corr., IV, 167.
25.
Poems, II, 498.
26.
The recognition of the importance of the "mask," or assumed identity, in Augustan satire has been one of the most vital of modern contributions to the criticism of Swift. Among those who have written on the

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents *
  • Chapter I - The Need for Compromise 1
  • Chapter II - The Ordering Mind 19
  • Chapter III - Reason and Virtue 43
  • Chapter IV - The Treasure of Baseness in Man 64
  • Chapter V - The Individual and the State 91
  • Chapter VI - Giddy Circumstance 118
  • Chapter VII - Animal Rationis Capax 154
  • Conclusion 210
  • Notes 219
  • Index 235
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