A Lash for the World: Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels
Gulliver's Travels is a landmark in world literature. Swift intended the work for the world and for all periods and the satire has a timelessness that makes it always contemporary. It has an enduring international multimedia presence. A mock travel book in a tradition of satirical imaginary voyages, Gulliver's Travels is confected from multiple genres and draws upon world literature, especially the literature of the classical world. What it isn't is a novel. Modern novelistic readings have led...[Show more]
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