Possessing, per Orwell, a &ldquo;general hatred of humanity,&rdquo; <strong>Jonathan Swift</strong>&nbsp;was a peerless misanthrope. He told Alexander Pope he wanted &ldquo;to vex the world rather than divert it&rdquo;

Possessing, per Orwell, a &amp;ldquo;general hatred of humanity,&amp;rdquo; Jonathan Swift&amp;nbsp;was a peerless misanthrope. He told Alexander Pope he wanted &amp;ldquo;to vex the world rather than divert
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Possessing, per Orwell, a “general hatred of humanity,” Jonathan Swift was a peerless misanthrope. He told Alexander Pope he wanted “to vex the world rather than divert it”

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