Jonathan Swift and the eighteenth-century book [electronic resource] / edited by Paddy Bullard and James McLaverty.
- Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
1 online resource (310 p.)
- Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745 -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Electronic books.
- An account of Swift's dealings with books and texts, showing how the business of print was transformed during his lifetime.
- Swift as a manuscript poet / Stephen Karian
Leaving the printer to his liberty: Swift and the London book trade, 1701-14 / Ian Gadd
What Swift did in libraries / Paddy Bullard
The uses of the miscellany: Swift, Curll, and piracy / Pat Rogers
Swift's tale of a tub and the mock book / Marcus Walsh
Epistolary forms: published correspondence, letter-journals and books / Abigail Williams
Exploring the bibliographical limits of Gulliver's Travels / Shef Rogers
George Faulkner and Swift's collected works / James Mclaverty
Censorship, libel and self-censorship / Ian Higgins
Swift's texts between Dublin and London / Adam Rounce
Publishing posthumous Swift: Deane Swift to Walter Scott / Daniel Cook
The mock-edition revisited: Swift to Mailer / Claude Rawson.
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Bullard, Paddy.
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