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'''Jonathan Swift''' was an [[Ireland|Irish]] [[satire|satirical]] author, famous for his novel ''[[Gulliver's Travels]]''. A member of the Protestant Ascendancy, Swift was educated at [[Trinity College]], Dublin and [[University of Oxford|Oxford]]. He was ordained as an [[Anglicanism|Anglican]] priest rising to the position of Dean of St. Patrick's cathedral in Dublin.

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Jonathan Swift was an Irish satirical author, famous for his novel Gulliver's Travels. A member of the Protestant Ascendancy, Swift was educated at Trinity College, Dublin and Oxford. He was ordained as an Anglican priest rising to the position of Dean of St. Patrick's cathedral in Dublin.