Swift: Gulliver's Travels
Cambridge University Press, 30.07.1993 - 110 Seiten
This new critical introduction to Gulliver's Travels provides a fresh and impartial account of this world-famous satire. It presents Swift's work in its historical and literary context, and explores its allusions, its four-part structure, its narrative strategy and its prose style. A final chapter sketches the fictional aftermath of the Travels from the eighteenth to the twentieth century, and there is a guide to further reading.
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Marvels and voyages
A voyage to Lilliput
A voyage to Brobdingnag
A voyage to Laputa Balnibarbi Luggnag Glubbdubdrib and Japan
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