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There are no other prose works by Swift that are actually connected with Gulliver’s Travels. Both A Tale of a Tub and The Battle of the Books are difficult reading and require a substantial background in political, literary, and religious history. The most readable of Swift’s other prose satires is A Modest Proposal. Swift’s poetry is enjoyable for any perceptive reader who is not offended by scatological references.

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