The 1726 novel "Gulliver's Travels" by Jonathan Swift captivates readers with its satire and thought-provoking commentary on society and human nature.
The novel follows ship surgeon Lemuel Gulliver on four extraordinary journeys to distant lands. Gulliver encounters strange civilizations with their own customs, laws, and social structures on each voyage. From the tiny people of Lilliput to the gigantic Brobdingnagians, the floating island of Laputa to the rational and emotionless Houyhnhnms, Swift creates an imaginative world for his sharp social commentary.
"Gulliver's Travels" is a satire that uses fantasy to scrutinize the flaws and absurdities of Swift's contemporary society. Swift criticizes politics, science, and human behavior through these fictional societies. His exploration of the human tendency towards greed, power, and arrogance remains as relevant today as it was in the 18th century.
Book Name: Gulliver's Travels (গালিভারস ট্রাভেলস)
Book Writer: Jonathan Swift (জোনাথন সুইফট)
Book Pages: 105
File Size: 8 MB