Gulliver’s Travels by S. E. Paces
Gulliver’s Travels is the greatest and most famous of Swift’s satires. Under the fiction of reporting the adventures of Gulliver, a ship’s surgeon, Swift vents all his misanthropy on human folly and viciousness. The unexpurgated edition is a vicious satire on politicians, philosophers, scientists, soldiers, and the society women.
This book is an abridged and simplified version of the original book. It has been abridged by Egerton Smith so that school students can read and enjoy this English classic. The book will arouse and awaken the readers' imagination and encourage them to read the original book.
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