As I was going to prostrate myself to his hoof, he did me the honor to raise it gently, even if detractors are pleased to think it improbable.
Gulliver’s Travel is really four independent stories. The first, his voyage to Lilliput, which has been endlessly retold, is the simplest. The second, to a land of giants, and the third, a country ruled by academics, rise in subtlety and complexity. But the fourth part, where wise horses rule and men and women live as wild beasts, takes social and political satire to a whole new level, at once funny, cruel, and wise. Definitely not for children. it stands alone as one of the greatest works of literature ever written. You will never see life quite the same way again.
Check the BPL catalog for this title: Gulliver’s Travels