Gulliver's Travels- Monarch Notes Author:Richard Feingold *Analyzes the action and the nature of the satire, step by step — *Provides cutural background necessary for full appreciation of the multiple irony, but emphasizes Swift's relevance now — *Shows that Swift raised many quesions-about science, the nature of wealth, the effect of national pride-that still disturb us today — *Evaluates Swift's use of ... more »allegory, satire, irony, "persona," and other techniques, and suggests fertile areas for student research
"Gulliver's Travels was written as the modern world was being born and Swift was not happy with what he saw coming to pass. He has given us a book that helps us measure our achievements, our failures, against another set of values."
In great condition for its age! Pages yellowing, of course.« less