Gulliver's Travels (into several remote nations of the world)
epubli, 30.09.2019 - 364 Seiten
A satirical novel about the four journeys of Gulliver, who ventures out on the high seas again and again and meets extraordinary peoples there due to storms, bad weather, pirates and mutiny and experiences exciting and amusing adventures there. He meets among other things the country of Lilliput, giants or the horse creatures called Houyhnhnms. On closer reading, the work also turns out to be a stylish critique of the age of absolutism at the time.
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