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Jonathan Swift (au); Martin Hargreaves (il); Slaney Begley (ed). First published in 1726, “Gulliver’s Travels” is one of the first truly great novels -- a brilliant combination of fantasy, adventure, & satire. The centuries have done nothing to dispel the wonder & excitement of Gulliver’s voyages to Lilliput, land of midgets, & Brobdingnag, land of giants, while the unflinching insights into the human condition of Gulliver’s later voyages are as relevant today as ever. This abridgment includes all the book’s major incidents & allows younger readers to experience the full flavor of the original. Fact-filled columns & pages explore the themes of the book & its historical background, including the life & times of Jonathan Swift, the layers of meaning behind the story, & the impact of the book on world culture. Illustrated. DK edition.
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