Satirist Jonathan Swift's best known work, Gulliver's Travels was published in 1726 and has been continuously in print ever since. It tells the story of Lemuel Gulliver and his fantastic journeys. A series of seafaring misadventures take Gulliver to a variety of imagined lands, where he meets the tiny Lilliputians, the enormous Brobdingnagians and many other curious peoples. He is embroiled in political intrigue everywhere he goes, all of which is Swift's comic allegory for religious, political and social events of the day in Europe. An enduring classic, Gulliver's Travels continues to delight readers today.
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