There were several periods in the History of English Literature. One of the periods was The Age of pope. In that period, there was a very influential writer namely Alexander Pope. He created great works of literature which made the period was named after his name. However, there were the other writers that not less great than him. One of them was Jonathan Swift. He was one of the greatest writers in The Age of Pope and also the greatest English satirist. Jonathan Swift was born to the poor family. There were only his mother and his sister because of his father died the seventh month before his birth. Both of his parents were English, but he had a very strong relationship with Ireland until his death. His mother gave Jonathan upon the charity of an uncle when he was a child, who paid for his education in Ireland. He had a bad experience in both of his school, Kilkenny and at Trinity College, Dublin. He got bully purely causes by physical. At the age of nineteen, he left Trinity College and entered his famous kinsman house, Sir William Temple. In 1710 he got his great chance became a writer for Tories, he also became a political star of some magnitude. However, when he almost became a bishop, Queen Anne refuse A Tale of a Tube and she was doubt to Jonathan’s orthodoxy and finally, in 1715, all he could save was Deanery of St Patrick’s, in Dublin, which he had received in 1713. He was very embittered which made Jonathan spent last thirty years life in gloom and largely in retirement. He passed his life in silence, and finally, at the very end, lunacy. Jonathan Swift poets were very good but savage and sometimes the humorously was not worth and quip words, and he made them for satirist all circle. However, his poets were also soft and submissive like Cadenus and Vanessa which showed his love for Ester Vanhomrigh. His favorite metre was the octosyllabic couplet. Sometimes his poets were agility which remind of Butler in Hud Bras. His prose was very amazing. He was mastery of English prose. His first book was Battle of the JBooks published on 1704, and A Tale of a Tube also published in the same year. Jonathan also had The Conduct of the Allies (1711), Some Remarks on the Barrier Treaty (1712), and The Public Spirit of the Whigs (1714) for Tory (The Examiner). Gulliver’s Travel, A Tale of A Tube, The Drapiers Letter, and A Modest Proposal were his most famous works. In The Age of Pope was the rise of the political parties. Jonathan Swift was a part of the one party that was Tory. He also was very religious person, so almost all of his works related to politics and religion and also about his life. All of that was vented in his satirical writings. His work Gulliver’s Travels was a sharp satire on what he has earned in his life, although most readers are unaware. His other satirical work was A Tale of A Tub (1704) a religious satire, The Drapiers Letter (1724) written against the monopoly of the British government on the manufacture of coins in Ireland, and also A Modest Proposal (1729) suggests that poverty in Ireland can be overcome by entrusting children to care for wealthy families. Jonathan Swift was one of the greatest writers in The Age of Pope, and he also English greatest satirist. He was from poor family. Jonathan Swift child was thrown upon the charity of an uncle who was paid for his education in Ireland. His school’s experience was not good. He bully causes by his physically. He moved to his famous kinsman house, Sir William Temple. In 1710 he became writer for Tory. He almost became bishop but Queen Anne refuse for A Tale of A Tub and all he could save was Deanery of St Patrick’s, in Dublin, which he had received in 1713. He spent his life in gloom, largely in retirement, silence, at the very end, lunacy. Almost all his poets and his prose were satirist, and reached for all circle. His most famous works were Gulliver’s Travels which sharp satire he has earned in his life, A Tale of A Tub which a religious satire, The Drapiers Letter which satire the monopoly of British government on the manufacture of coins in Ireland, then A Modest Proposal which suggests that poverty in Ireland can be overcome by entrusting children to care for wealthy families.