Gulliver's travels

It remains a classic for good reason - Jonathan Swift's masterpiece reflects not only the imperial attitudes of his era but also the writer's rapier wit and brilliant handling of satire. Complete and unabridged, this Penguin Classics edition of Gulliver's Travels comes to yet another generation of readers who will fall under the spell of its romanticism and adventure. And old fans will want to revisit the diminutive residents of Lilliput, the 60-foot giants of Brobdingnagian, the Island of Sorcerers and other marvellous creatures and places of interest on Lemuel Gulliver's legendary journey.

Genre
Fiction
Topics
adventure tale, exploration, imaginary places, island life, satire
Publisher
Penguin
Author
Jonathan Swift
Editor
Peter Dixon
Editor
John Chalker
Introduction
Michael Foot
Format
Paperback
ISBN
0140430229 (find on Amazon)

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