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  • The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D. D.

    The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift; Volume I-V / The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D. D.

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    Woolley, David. The Editor: David Woolley was born in Shanghai, China, 30 August 1924, and was educated in Japan and Australia. He first read Gulliver's Travels in 1944, and has made a study ever since of the esteemed author's writings in prose and verse, in manuscript and print. An orchestral musician's itinerant life enabled him to examine firsthand this legacy of original documents in many parts of the world. He supervised publication of the Poetical Works (Oxford, 1967), edited a partial revision of volumes IV and V of the published Correspondence (Oxford, 1972) and (with Angus Ross) edited the 'Oxford Authors' Jonathan Swift (1984). He introduced Swift, Temple, and the DuCros Affair (Los Angeles, 1986), and has contributed research articles to the learned journals since 1970. In 1987 upon retirement he received the honorary degree of LL.D. from Monash University, Victoria, and moved to Perth, Western Australia. In June 2000, upon publication of volume I of this ed...

  • The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D. D.

    The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift; Volume I-V / The Correspondence of Jonathan Swift, D. D.

    123,95 €
    Inkl. 7% MwSt., versandkostenfrei (Versandgewicht 1366 g)

    Woolley, David. The Editor: David Woolley was born in Shanghai, China, 30 August 1924, and was educated in Japan and Australia. He first read Gulliver's Travels in 1944, and has made a study ever since of the esteemed author's writings in prose and verse, in manuscript and print. An orchestral musician's itinerant life enabled him to examine firsthand this legacy of original documents in many parts of the world. He supervised publication of the Poetical Works (Oxford, 1967), edited a partial revision of volumes IV and V of the published Correspondence (Oxford, 1972) and (with Angus Ross) edited the 'Oxford Authors' Jonathan Swift (1984). He introduced Swift, Temple, and the DuCros Affair (Los Angeles, 1986), and has contributed research articles to the learned journals since 1970. In 1987 upon retirement he received the honorary degree of LL.D. from Monash University, Victoria, and moved to Perth, Western Australia. In June 2000, upon publication of volume I of this ed...

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