Jonathan Swift has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia - New pages [en]' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Jonathan Swift was highly popular in March last year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.
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[...] was a member of the Scriblerus Club – a group of satirists that included Alexander Pope, and Jonathan Swift. I won't go into all the details in depth, but Rogers has done some pretty impressive [...]
[...] and satire as stylistic devices to better achieve their aims (Nestvold n.d.). Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, and Daniel Dafoe are seen by many, particularly in English literature, as the main [...]
[...] . “It blows our minds that there could be yet another layer to all of this.” The writer Jonathan Swift, of Gulliver’s Travels fame, said it best: "So nat'ralists observe, a flea Has smaller [...]
[...] Victoria. Image via J.R. Jobbins/Wikimedia Commons. Famed writers, including Ireland's Jonathan Swift and England's Charles Dickens satirized her policies mercilessly. While this kind of negative [...]
[...] ]] written by [[Thomas Middleton]], [[William Rowley]], and [[Philip Massinger]] * [[Jonathan Swift]]: ''[[A Modest Proposal|A Modest Proposal: For Preventing the Children of Poor People in [...]
[...] , and still is a year later. 3. Cummins To End Partnership, Could This Be True? Famous author Jonathan Swift once wrote: “Falsehood flies and the Truth comes limping after it.” When the rumor mill [...]
[...] or those of their own age. This controversy was memorably mocked by the great satirist Jonathan Swift in his Battle of the Books, in which he described an absurd physical battle between modern [...]