Gulliver's TravelsEdition statement:1st ed. Published by : Rupa & Co. Physical details: 316 ISBN:8171674194.
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A satirical narrative by Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels has retained its popularity with children and adults alike for two and a half centuries for its inventiness, wit, narrative strength, and a certain kind of grim humour. In all the narratives man is shown in contrast with these diverse creations of Swift's imagination; in each case, however, the result of the comparison shows how vain, contentious, brutal, and self-deceiving human creatures are, and how they epitomize each of the seven Deadly Sins.