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"'Swift's Parody: the case of *Polite Conversation* and *Directions to Servants"

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Dr Rumbold is the author of Women’s Place in Pope’s World (Cambridge University Press, 2006). She has edited Pope’s Dunciad in Four Books of1743 (Longman Annotated Texts), and Volume 3 of The Poems of Alexander Pope for the Longman Annotated English Poets series containing The Dunciad. A Heroic Poem (1728) and The Dunciad Variorum (1729). She is currently completing a volume in The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jonathan Swift, which will include hoaxes, parodies and treatises on society, language and conduct: best-known among the contents of this volume are the Bickerstaff Papers, Polite Conversation and Directions to Servants.

Conveners: Howard Erskine-Hill and Adrian Lashmore-Davies

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This talk is part of the Early modern seminar, Pembroke College, Cambridge series.

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