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Religion and the Church (Prose Volume 3)

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Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Born in Dublin Ireland, was was an Anglo – Irish satirist, and Essayist. He wrote Letters and Essays to people in high Society in Ireland. The Irish Tracts include most of these Essays and Letters. Born in Dublin, Swift was well connected to upper society and literary circles through family ties. His Grandmother was married to Sir Erasmus Dryden, in 1702 Swift got his Doctorate of Divinity from Trinity college in Dublin. During this time on visits to England that he published A Tale of a Tub and Battle of the Books. He had a mysterious relationship with a woman named Ester Johnson, nicknamed Stella. Swift spent another twenty years in England as a Political adviser, even writing sermons for the Church, returning home to Ireland in 1720. He spent the rest of his days “Pampleting” for noble causes in his home country, writing the Drapier's Letters, Criticizing the Catholic Church, and putting out other prose works. He died of an eye... More > infection in 1745.< Less
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Edition
History Public Domain
Published
June 27, 2017
Language
English
Pages
376
File Format
PDF
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1.12 MB

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