This collection contains several of Jonathan Swift's major works, including the well-known and popular Gulliver's Travels. Swift, an Anglican minister, was able to effectively use satire to point out the foibles of human nature. Although originally written in the early 18th century, Swift's writings still have the power to challenge readers today.
|Suggested Grade: 9th - Adult|
|Author: Jonathan Swift (Miriam Kosh Starkman, ed.)|
|First Published: 1726|
|Softbound: 642 pages|