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Eighteenth-century (1700 to 1785): Swift, Gay, Pope, Addison and Steele.

Selected Readings Erskine-Hill, Howard and Anne Smith, eds. The Art of Alexander Pope.

New York: Barnes, 1979. Gravil, Richard, ed. Swift: Gulliver's Travels: A Casebook. New York:

Macmillan, 1974. Greenberg, Robert A. and William Bowman Piper, eds. The Writings of

Jonathan Swift: Authoritative Texts, Backgrounds, Criticism. New York:

Norton, 1973. Mack, Maynard. Alexander Pope: A Life. New York and New Haven: Norton

and Yale University Press, 1985. Quintana, Ricardo. Swift: An Introduction. New York: Oxford

University Press, 1955. Rogers, Pat. An Introduction to Pope. New York: Harper, 1975. Rogers, Robert W. The Major Satires of Alexander Pope. Urbana:

University of Illinois, 1955.

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