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Jonathan Swift and Popular Culture Myth, Media and the Man: Myth, Media, and the Man (Paperback)A. Kelly (author)
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 244
Weight: 335 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 mm
'Kelly's literate and enjoyable style makes her work accessible and interesting to undergraduates and specialists alike.' - Choice
'Kelly's is a provocative but a very convincing thesis, the more attractive for its freedom from academic jargon. She has clearly profited from later twentieth-century critical theory, but is very effective in the use she makes of older insights from psychological and folklore commentators; and both her command of the demotic ephemera of Swift's day and of the bye-ways of anglophone popular culture in the two and a half centuries since his death are exemplary of Swift scholarship at its finest, of a sort we have rarely seen for decades.' - Robert Mahoney, Irish Studies Review
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