Jonathan Swift referred to his "triumfeminate", 3 poetesses who inspired him; an alternative could be "triummulierate", but no references found.
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.
"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."
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His audience is the rich people of England who are controlling the Irish.
His sense of humor apparently doesn't appeal to you.
he got famous by his excellent stories
Both were members of the clergy. Both were "deans", meaning, priests with special responsibility for the upkeep of a church building (they deal with builders, plumbers, lighting repairs, and so forth).
As dean of St. Paul's, Donne was responsible for erecting a memorial to himself there. It was the only major piece of statuary to survive the Great Fire.
For both, politics affected their writing.
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.
They'll die anyway and he can't do anything for them anyway
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
In 1726, Swift stayed in England with Alexander Pope and published Gulliver's Travels together.
The most famous voyage is the voyage to Lilliput and Blefuscu