Scope and Content

No. S in an edition of 35.
A large sized hardback book of letterpress text and lithograph prints housed in a solander box. This book was produced to mark the 350th anniversary of the birth of Jonathan Swift. It includes Swift's original text, a satirical essay in which he suggests poor Irish families should sell their children as food to the rich. The book was designed, typeset and letterpress printed by Jamie Murphy. It includes nine new poems by Jessica Traynor, ten illustrations by David O'Kane and an introductory text by Andrew Carpenter.