Gulliver's Travels

Bibliography

Editions

The standard edition of Swift's prose works as of 2005 is the Prose Writings in 16 volumes, edited by Herbert Davis et al.[1]

  • Swift, Jonathan Gulliver's Travels (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005) [ISBN 9780192805348]. Edited with an introduction by Claude Rawson and notes by Ian Higgins. Essentially the same as the Essential Writings listed below, although it lacks the selection of criticism.
  • Swift, Jonathan The Essential Writings of Jonathan Swift (New York: W. W. Norton, 2009) [ISBN 9780393930658]. Edited with an introduction by Claude Rawson and notes by Ian Higgins. This title contains the major works of Swift in full, including Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, The Tale of a Tub, and many other poetic and prose works. Also included is a selection of contextual material and criticism from Orwell to Rawson.

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