Journal To Stella by Jonathan Swift
Swift's Journal to Stella is misnamed. The word 'Stella' was not written in the Journal; which was, moreover, not even addressed to Stella in any exclusive sense. Esther Johnson, to give her real name, was the daughter of a dependant of Swift's former patron, Sir William Temple. According to a fashion of the time, Swift subsequently gave her the name 'Stella'.
- Everymans Library No. 757
- Publisher J M Dent & Sons Ltd, London; 1948
- Pink Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 445 pp
- Size 175 x 110mm, 400g
Condition: Good – No Dust Jacket, Small Stains To Cover, No Inscriptions, Good Copy
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