Jonathan Swift’s Directions to servants is an entertaining satire of relationships between servants and masters in the Eighteenth century. It is a late work in Swift’s life. Not the most well-known, less dark than earlier satires and pamphlets, Directions to servants is an unknown little gem of humour and gentle mockery, also providing an interesting insight into true life in the Eighteenth century. We invite you to discover this great work of one of our favourite writers in this edition by Les Éditions de Londres.
Directions to servants
By Les Éditions de Londres, Friday 21 June 2013 at 13:05 :: Critiques