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Swift, Jonathan (1983). Complete Poems. Ed. Pat Rogers. First edition. New York: Penguin.
----- (1966). The Poems of Jonathan Swift. Ed.Harold Williams. 3 vols. 2nd ed. Oxford: Clarendon.
----- (1963). Correspondence. Ed. Harold Williams. 3 vols. Oxford: Clarendon.

Horace (1959). The Satires and Epistles of Horace. Trans. Smith Palmer Bovie. Chicago: University of Chicago Press .
Naso, Publius Ovidius (1958). The Metamorphoses. Ed. and Trans. Horace Gregory. New York: New American Library.
----- (1982). The Erotic Poems. Ed. and Trans. Peter Green. London: Penguin.
----- (1990). Heroides. Ed. and Trans. Harold Isbell. London: Penguin.
Plutarch (1962). Moralia. Vol II. Ed. and Trans. Frank Cole Babbitt. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Mythology/Philosophy Studies

Graves, Robert (1986). The Greek Myths. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.
Warner, John (1993). Joyce's Grandfathers. Athens and London: University of Georgia Press.
Vico, Giambattista (1944). The Autogiography of Giambattista Vico. Trans. Matthew Harold Fisch and Thomas Goddard Bergen. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Vico, Giambattista (1948). The New Science. Trans. Thomas Goddard Bergen and Mat Harold Fisch. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
Walker, Barbara B. (1983) The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets. San Francisco: Harper .
Hughes, Peter (1976). "Creativity and History in Vico and His Contemporaries". Eds. Giorgio Tagliacozzo and Donald P. Verene. Giambattista Vico's Science of Humanity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 155-69.

Women's Issues

Baring, Anne, and Cashford, Jules (1991). The Myth of the Goddess. Evolution of an Age. London: Penguin.
French, Marilyn (1985). Beyond Power. New York: Ballantine.
Gimbutas, Marija (1991). The Civilization of the Goddess, The World of Old Europe. San Francisco: Harper.
----- (1989). The Language of the Goddess. London: Thames and Hudson.
Lerner, Gerda (1986). The Creation of Patriarchy. New York and Oxford University Press.
Moi, Toril (1987). Sexual Textual Politics. London and New York: Methuen.
Walker, Barbara G. (1987) The Skeptical Feminist. New York: HarperCollins.


Davis, Herbert (1969). Jonathan Swift. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Ehrenpreis, Irwin (1969). Swift, The Man, His Works, and The Age, 3 vols. Ed. Irwin Ehrenpreis. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Glendinning, Victoria (1998). Jonathan Swift: a Portrait. London: Hutchinson.
Gold, Maxwell B. (1937). Swift's Marriage to Stella. New York: Russell & Russell.
Johnson, Samuel (1950). Lives of the English Poets, Vol. II. New York: Dutton.
Johnston, Denis (1959). In Search of Swift. New York: Barnes & Noble.
Murry, Middleton (1955). Jonathan Swift, A Critical Biography. New York: Farrar, Straus & Geroux.
Nokes, David (1985). Jonathan Swift. A Hypocrite Reversed. London: Oxford University Press.
Swift, Deane (1755). An Essay Upon the Life, Writings & Character of Dr. Jonathan Swift, esq. London: Charles Bathurst.


Barnett, Louise K. (1981). Swift's Poetic Works. Newark: University of Delaware Press.
Bloom, Harold, ed. (1986). Jonathan Swift. Modern Critical Views. New York: Chelsea.
Brissenden, R. F. (1974). Virtue in Distress. London: Barnes & Noble.
Bullitt, John (1969). Jonathan Swift and the Anatomy of Satire. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Damrosch, Leopold, Jr. (1985). God's Plot and Man's Stories. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dennis, Nigel (1964). Jonathan Swift: a Short Character. New York: Macmillan.
Donahue, Denis (1969). Jonathan Swift, A Critical Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
-----, ed. (1971) Critical Anthologies. Harmondsworth: Penguin .
Doody, Margaret Ann (1985). The Daring Muse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ehrenpreis, Irwin (1958). The Personality of Jonathan Swift. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Ewald, William Bragg, Jr. (1967) The Masks of Jonathan Swift. New York: Russell & Russell.
Fischer, John Irwin, and Mell, Donald C. (1981) Contemporary Studies of Swift's Poetry. Newark: University of Delaware Press.
Fischer, John Irwin (1978). On Swift's Poetry. Gainesville: The University Presses of Florida.
Fussell, Paul (1965). The Rhetorical World of Augustan Humanism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Jaffe, Nora Crowe (1977). The Poet Swift. Hanover: The University Press of New England.
Kermode, Frank (1984). Jonathan Swift. Eds. Angus Ross and David Woolley. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Le Brocquy, Sybil (1962). Cadenus and Vanessa. Dublin: Dolmen Press.
----- (1968). Swift's Most Valuable Friend. Chester Springs, PA: Dufour Editions.
Pollack, Ellen (1985). The Politics of Sexual Myth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Price, Martin (1963). Swift's Rhetorical Art. A Study in Structure and Meaning. London: Anchor Books.
Quintanna, Ricardo (1966). Swift, An Introduction. London: Oxford University Press.
Rawson, Claude, ed. (1983) The Character of Swift's Satire. Newark: University of Delaware Press.
Rowse, A.L. (1975) Jonathan Swift. New York: Scribner.
Rosenheim, Edward W., Jr. (1963) Swift and the Satirist's Art. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Rothstein, Eric (1981). Restoration and Eighteenth Century Poetry - 1660-1780. Boston, London, Henley: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Spacks, Patricia Meyer (1989). Imaging the Self. Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
Steele, Peter (1978). Jonathan Swift. Preacher and Jester. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Tuveson, Ernest, ed. (1964). A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.
-----, ed. (1964). "Swift" Twentieth Century Views. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.


Calder, Marshall Arthur (1976). The Grand Century of the Lady. London: Gordon & Cremonsi .
Feldman, Burton, and Richardson, Robert (1972). The Rise of Modern Mythology. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Horner, Joyce (1973). English Women Novelists and Their Connection with the Feminist Movement (1688-1797). Northampton: Smith College Studies in Modern Languages.
Manuel, Frank E. (1959) The Eighteenth Century Confronts the Gods. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Tillotson, Geoffrey, Fussell, Paul, Jr., Waingrow, Marshall and Rogerson, Brewster (1969). Eighteenth Century Literature. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
Williams, Harold (1932). Swift's Library. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Watt, Ian (1959). The Rise of the Novel. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Verene, Donald Philip and Tagliascozzo, Giorgio, eds. (1976). Giambattista Vico's Science of Humanity. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Vico, Giambattista (1948). The New Science. Trans. Thomas Goddard Bergen and Mat Harold Fisch. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.


Bean, Brenda (1990). "Sight and Self Disclosure: Richardson's Revision of Swift's 'The Lady's Dressing Room'," Eighteenth Century Life, 1-23.
Brodsky, Joseph (1994). "On Grief and Reason," The New Yorker Sept. 26, 70-85.
Ehrenpreis, Irwin (1955). "The Pattern of Swift's Women," PMLA 70, 706-16. This article is also in Ehrenpreis, The Personality of Jonathan Swift, 11-28.
Johnson, Maurice (1971). "Swift's Poetry Reconsidered." Ed. John H. Middendorf. English Writers of the Eighteenth Century. New York: Columbia University Press, 233-48.
Jones, Gareth (1979). "Swift's Cadenus and Vanessa, A Question of Positives." EIC 20, 424-40.
Ohlin, Peter (1964). "Cadenus and Vanessa," SEL 4, 485-96.
Orwell, George (1971). "Politics v. Literature: An Examination of Gulliver's Travels." Ed. Denis Donoghue. Jonathan Swift, Penguin Critical Anthologies. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 342-61.
Paulson, Ronald (1960). "Swift, Stella and Permanence," ELH 28 , 298-314.
Robert, Donald R. (1956). "A Freudian View of Jonathan Swift," Literature and Psychology 2, 8-17.
Rogers, Kathleen (1959). "My Female Friends; The Misogyny of Jonathan Swift," TSLL 1, 366-79.
Voigt, Milton (1962). "Swift and Psychological Criticism," WHR 16, 361- 67.