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A controversial satire of eighteenth-century British culture and politics, Gulliver's Travels (1726) is one of Jonathan Swift's best-known works. The tale of Lemuel Gulliver’s voyage to fantastical locales is famous for confounding generations of readers who have attempted to make sense of its jumble of genre elements, and Daniel Cook’s introduction offers a friendly and thorough guide to navigating it. The Norton Library edition presents the text of the 1735 edition, including original maps and illustrations.
|Number of pages||368|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|
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Jonathan Swift at 350: Lost and Found
Daniel Cook (Organiser)Nov 2017 → …
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