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Swift and Pope: Satirists in Dialogue by Dustin Griffin (review)

Swift and Pope: Satirists in Dialogue by Dustin Griffin (review) Cripplegate, Lond'' (England; Canterbury--Marriage Licences Issued By The Archbishop of Canterbury, 1679­1694). Cf. G. A. Aitken, ``Defoe's Birth and Marriage,'' The Athenaeum, 1890, vol. II, p. 257, quoted in Sutherland, Defoe, 283n2. 3 Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe: Volume 8: Social Reform, ed. W. R. Owens (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2000), pp. 240, 259. 4 St. Giles Cripplegate Parish Register, June 1659, cited in Frank Bastian, Defoe's Early Life (London and Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1981), p. 9; and Maximillian E. Novak, Daniel Defoe, Master of Fictions: His Life and Ideas (Oxford: Oxford, 2001), p. 21. 5 Bastian, Defoe's Early Life, p. 8. 6 The Letters of Daniel Defoe, edited by George Harris Healey (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955), p. 180. The holograph letter, in Defoe's hand, is extant in the Harley papers in the British Library. 7 Guildhall MS 6443.I.26v., cited in Paula R. Backscheider, Daniel Defoe: His Life (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins, 1989), p. 549n2: ``At a court held in Pudding-Lane, Daniel Foe, son of James Foe, citizen and butcher, of Fore-Street, Cripplegate, attended to apply for his admission by patrimony, and was admitted accordingly, and paid in discharge of serving all offices, L 10 15 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats

Swift and Pope: Satirists in Dialogue by Dustin Griffin (review)

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Cripplegate, Lond'' (England; Canterbury--Marriage Licences Issued By The Archbishop of Canterbury, 1679­1694). Cf. G. A. Aitken, ``Defoe's Birth and Marriage,'' The Athenaeum, 1890, vol. II, p. 257, quoted in Sutherland, Defoe, 283n2. 3 Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe: Volume 8: Social Reform, ed. W. R. Owens (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2000), pp. 240, 259. 4 St. Giles Cripplegate Parish Register, June 1659, cited in Frank Bastian, Defoe's Early Life (London and Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1981), p. 9; and Maximillian E. Novak, Daniel Defoe, Master of Fictions: His Life and Ideas (Oxford: Oxford, 2001), p. 21. 5 Bastian, Defoe's Early Life, p. 8. 6 The Letters of Daniel Defoe, edited by George Harris Healey (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955), p. 180. The holograph letter, in Defoe's hand, is extant in the Harley papers in the British Library. 7 Guildhall MS 6443.I.26v., cited in Paula R. Backscheider, Daniel Defoe: His Life (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins, 1989), p. 549n2: ``At a court held in Pudding-Lane, Daniel Foe, son of James Foe, citizen and butcher, of Fore-Street, Cripplegate, attended to apply for his admission by patrimony, and was admitted accordingly, and paid in discharge of serving all offices, L 10 15

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