Publish date: February 25th 2003
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Classic Literature
, 18th Century
What a stinging satire on English politics.The most intriguing is how Gulliver's mindset has changed over the course of four discrete voyages and comes to think of his circumstances differently upon his return home. The allegories and satire appear to elude many who simply look at the story at face ...
this novel is one of the best novels in 18th century as we know , every satirist is a reformer , as the satire always aims to correcting humans follies and human vices swift in this book had pinpointed the follies and vices which he had witnessed in the english society of his time
Gulliver's Travels is remembered now mainly as a children's story about little people scurrying around a little island, and not as the biting satire it apparently once was.It turns out that there is a very good reason for that. The fact is that the satire is well out of date. Much of it, especially ...
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