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Barron's Educational Publishing In this Graphic Classics version of a major eighteenth-century satiric novel, shipwrecked voyager Gulliver is cast ashore among the tiny Lilliputians, where he seems to be a giant, then among the giant Brobdingnags, where he seems as small as a mouse. His later visits to other kingdoms include the Country of the Houyhnhms--talking horses who demonstrate to Gulliver that humans, whom they call Yahoos, are disgraceful animals. Graphic Classics are graphic novel versions of immortal novels and plays, presented in a way to help make great literary works accessible to students, and encourage boys and girls to discover the joy of reading the masterworks in their original form. Titles in this series tell absorbing, fast-paced stories dramatized with high-quality color illustrations. Each Graphic Classics title includes a thumbnail biography of the author, a list of his or her important works, a timeline of historic events that helped inspire the story, general notes, and an index. Graphic Classics titles are available in both paperback and hardcover editions. (back cover) ". . . the most pernicious race of little odious vermin that nature ever suffered to crawl upon the surface of the earth."
When Lemuel Gulliver is washed up on the distant shore of Lilliput, he becomes a giant among men. As his travels continue, Gulliver is dwarfed by the people of Brobdingnag and bewildered by the customs of the Laputians. Will Gulliver find the humanity he seeks in the Land of the Talking Horses?
Jonathan Swift's timeless story is vividly and faithfully retold in graphic novel format.
(front flap) ". . . how diminutive, contemptible, and helpless an animal was man in his own nature . . ."
Shipwrecked voyager Gulliver is cast ashore among the tiny Lilliputians, where he appears as a giant among them. Another voyage takes him to the land of the giant Brobdingnags, where by comparison he is a tiny creature. But on his journey to the Country of the Houyhnhnms, he meets talking horses who demonstrate to Gulliver that humans--whom they call Yahoos--are the most disgraceful of all beings.
Baker & Taylor Lemuel Gulliver voyage takes him to the strange lands of Lilliput, where people are only six inches tall, and Brobdingnag, a land of giants. Includes biographical and historical notes, and list of television and film adaptations of Gulliver's travels. In graphic novel format, recounts the adventures of Gulliver among the tiny Lilliputians and the giant Brobdingnagians.