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Friday, March 24, 2017

Some modest proposals

"The creator of the Lilliputians is a giant among English satirists. Or is he, in fact, one of the great Irish satirists? While Jonathan Swift considered himself English, it is in Ireland that the Dublin-born writer is today most celebrated, by national leaders who, surprisingly, seem to have actually read his work. This year is Swift's 350th anniversary, and Claude Rawson leads this week's issue by examining the writer's political philosophy."
at The Times Literary Supplement

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