He was a person that feared no colours, but mortally hated all, and, upon that account, bore a cruel aversion against painters, insomuch that, in his paroxysms, as he walked the streets, he would have his pockets loaden with stones to pelt at the signs.

Great Ideas #7: A Tale of a Tub by Jonathan Swift

  1. Context

  2. Structure

  3. The Tale

  4. Religion and Reception

  5. Review