Journal to Stella: Letters to Esther Johnson and Rebecca Dingley 1710-1713 (The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jonathan Swift 9)
By: Jonathan Swift (author), Abigail Williams (editor)Hardback
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The Journal to Stella, Jonathan Swift's letters to Esther Johnson, or 'Stella', and Rebecca Dingley, written between September 1710 and June 1713, offers an extraordinary commentary on Swift's experiences in London during the most politically active and exciting years of his career and evidence of his evolving relationship with the two women. This edition seeks for the first time both to situate the letters alongside Swift's other works and to place them within their original political, historical and cultural contexts. It brings together a combination of printed work and manuscript to present the most complete and accessible text possible, enhanced by the use of the latest digital image analysis techniques to reinstate previously indecipherable material. In addition to a new critical introduction and appendices, there is also a biographical appendix derived from recently available resources.
Abigail Williams is a University Lecturer, Tutor and Lord White Fellow of St Peter's College at the University of Oxford.
General editor's preface; Chronology; Introduction; Letters; Textual account; Appendices; Bibliography.
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