Swift published it anonymously, but his authorship soon got out. Besides, it bore the unmistakable marks of his style:. Some critics suggest that Swift saw major similarities between the plight of the Irish poor and the helpless Christians, and note that he felt an obvious affinity for Tertullian. He goes on:. From here — with his readers gasping — he develops his argument with logical precision and macabre brilliance.
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The 100 best nonfiction books: No 88 – A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift (1729)