- Ikke anmeldt
Gulliver's TravelsForfatter: Jonathan Swift E-bog
Swift in his Gulliver's Travels poses questions on the absolute size and definitions of things that we see all around us. The content of these stories is witty and a thinly veiled political and social satire. The flow of the story is immaculate and just so easy to follow, with the confirmed instalments of laughter, his use of language to propagate the use of common sense and humour, as humans fail to employ. This book is widely read by children and loved for the adventure of Gulliver, but when revisited as an adult, the book unfolds an entirely different way of wisdom and take on humans and humanity.