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Jonathan Swift

The Irish satirist was an active member of the Church of Ireland, being a minister and later Dean of St. Patrick's in Dublin. His wit and biting satire make him an enduring classic author. His life and work is discussed here.
He wrote it because he was fed up with the situation in Ireland: a lack of generosity and an outright animosity among countrymen; petty quibbling among the lawmakers; and the fact that he had many bright ideas to improve the economic situation that were being ignored by the people who could carry...
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Swift was born about fifty years after Shakespeare's death.
Jonathan Swift 1667-1745 was an Irish cleric, political pamphleteer, satirist, and author of Gulliver's Travels (1726) as well as other stories. He was dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral Dublin from 1713.   Swift was considered a national hero for his writings that criticized or lampooned British...
Donne died 36 years before Swift was born.
From 1710 to 1714, he was in London in the midst of an exclusive group of Tories. He was, perhaps, the greatest propagandist for the Tory government. He was also made Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin.
he got famous by his excellent stories
he has changed the side of reading my writing fantastic novels.
 the Whig wars under William III 
No. Jonathan Swift was considered to be a satirist and an essayist.
It was satire. By using reducto ad absurdum he shines a light on the poor conditions the impoverished people endure to get the attention of the wealthy populace to treat the poor better.
By most accounts, Swift's mother was Abigail Erick (some sourcessay Herrick) and she died in 1710.
One of the very interesting book that made by Jonathan Swift is the "Gulliver's Travel"
Donne died 36 years before Swift was born.
In 1726, Swift stayed in England with Alexander Pope and published Gulliver's Travels together.
No. He did not support the king. Evidence supports this in his book "Gulliver's Travels". The emperor of Lilliput in the first book of the story is a parody of the king during Swift's lifetime.
Jonathan Swift is the author of the novel "Gulliver's Travels".
encouraging patriotism reducing regional disagreements learning not to sell their country and consciences teaching landlords to have some mercy towards their tenants teaching shopkeepers to be honest
Yes. Published in 1704, "A Tale of a Tub" was the first major work  written by Jonathan Swift.
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Yes Taylor had one younger brother named Austin ;)
Yes they worked together
In 1694, Swift was ordained in the Anglican Church.
They'll die anyway and he can't do anything for them anyway
In 1729, Swift worked for Irish causes by writing "A Modest Proposal," a satire showing the brutal indifference the English demonstrated toward the starving Irish. Swift accused the British Parliament of cruelty and economists of the period who saw people as commodities rather than suffering...
He was suffering intense pain from Meniere's syndrome, causing physical imbalance, nausea, deafness, and eventually, madness. He died in 1748 and was buried in St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin.
he used to write stories and was a poet too.
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  He was part of the Neoclassical era.   He was part of the Neoclassical era.
In Jonathan Swift's novel "Gulliver's Travels" Swift is satirizing  aspects of English society, particularly the politics of his day,  including the King of England. The novel was published in 1726.
Jonathan Swift was a writer from Ireland who lived from 1667 to 1745. He produced a number of great works including "Gulliver's Travels" and "A Battle of the Books."
James and the Giant Peach.
  He was born on 30th November 1667.
Because he was a special person
FALSE - Mark Twain is Samuel Clemen's pseudonym. Jonathan Swift is Jonathan Swift. Correct. But Jonathan Swift published under several names, including Lemuel Gulliver, Isaac Bickerstaff, and MB Drapier. Some of his pamphlets were published anonymously. I'm not certain that any of his works were...
  No, Jonathan Swift was not born from a Catholic. He was the descendant of English protestants, and fled to England during the Glorious Revolution of the late 17th century. He was a clergyman working within the protestant Church of Ireland. Some even suggest that he had a somewhat patronizing...
Jonathan Swift was born in 1667 in Dublin, Ireland. He lived in England also.
Jonathan Swift wanted a regulating body for the English language.He wanted a set of rules for English.
The poem is about how life is the same thing every day over and over again. The sunrises the same way, The slip-shod apprentice doing his masters bidding, the school boys lagging. its the same thing every day and Swift is tired of it. he is bitter and wants change.
I would say probably Gulliver's Travels
  In "A Modest Proposal", Jonathan Swift "advocated" eating babies as a way to solve the problems of famine in Ireland at that time. He was not serious of course but it was done as a way of ridiculing England's policy at that time of starving the Irish.
He did write as Isaac Bickerstaff, refer to Predictions for the Ensuing Year, 1708
Jonathan Swift was born on November 30, 1667.
Johnathan Swift was an Anglo Irish satirist (1667 - 1745). His most famous works were Gullivers Travels and A Tale of a Tub. Lesser known works were The Battle of the Books and A Journey to Stella.
Johnathan Swift wrote a total of thirty eight different poems  during his career as a poet and writer. Swift passed away in 1745  in Dublin, Ireland.
Jonathan Swiftâ??s most famous book is Gulliverâ??s Travels. He  also wrote A Tale of a Tub, and A Modest Proposal.
Both were members of the clergy. Both were "deans", meaning,priests with special responsibility for the upkeep of a churchbuilding (they deal with builders, plumbers, lighting repairs, andso forth). As dean of St. Paul's, Donne was responsible for erecting amemorial to himself there. It was the...
Jonathan Swift is most often associated with the Neoclassical era  of literature. He is most well known as a satirist, and famous for  his novel Gulliver's Travels.
Jonathan Swift was born in Dublin, Ireland, on November 30, 1667.
Alexander influenced Jonathan Swift
"Good manners is the art of making those people easy with whom we converse. Whoever makes the fewest people uneasy is the best bred in the room."   for more quotes by Jonathan Swift, follow the link   http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/j/jonathan_swift.html
Died 19 October 1745 (aged 77)   Ireland   Jonathan Swift (30 November, 1667 - 19 October, 1745) was an Anglo-Irish[1] satirist, essayist, political pamphleteer (first for Whigs then for the Tories), poet and cleric who became Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin.  He is remembered for works such...
The Anglo-Irish Swift became a national hero in Ireland.
Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) primary wrote satires, which commented on real-world situations by an exaggerated analogy.
  His sense of humor apparently doesn't appeal to you.
Jonathan Swift was a satirist, essayist, and poet. Some of  Swift's most famous works include Gulliver's Travels, A Modest  Proposal, A Journal to Stella, Drapier's  Letters, The Battle of the Books, An Argument Against Abolishing  Christianity, and A Tale of a Tub.
Alexander Pope lived from 1688 to 1744 while Jonathan Swift lived  from 1667-1745, which means they both lived in the same time  period.
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