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Gulliver’s Travel
An adaption of Jonathan Swift's novel
Long | English Novel

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Lemuel Gulliver loves travels and adventures. On one of his travels, the ship sinks and he ends up on the island of Lilliput. He goes through various adventures until he decides to escape to the island of Blefuscu. Will he ever be able to return to his homeland?

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Lemuel Gulliver loves travels and adventures. On one of his travels, the ship sinks and he ends up on the island of Lilliput. He goes through various adventures until he decides to escape to the island of Blefuscu. Will he ever be able to return to his homeland?

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Gulliver 1st image

Gordon Browne, Hans Andersen, Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., Ltd, 1919

Gulliver 2nd image

Paul Gavarni, Jonathan Swift Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., n.d., 1862

Gulliver's 3rd image

William Ladd Taylor, Lord Tennyson Alfred, D. Appleton and Company, 1887

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Lee Chesney, Wave #1, Intaglio on cream wove paper, 1940-1962, 423 × 600 mm (image); 513 × 690 mm (sheet), Art Institute Chicago, Print and Drawing Club Fund

Gulliver's 5th image

Thomas Dalziel, Robert Williams Buchanan, George Routledge and Sons, n.d. 1823-1906

Gulliver's 6th image

Paul Gavarni, Jonathan Swift, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., n.d., 1862

Gulliver's 8th image

Gordon Browne, Robert Louis Stevenson, Chatto & Windus, 1913

Gulliver's 9th image

Amilcar de Lafage, Louis Figuier, Furne, Jouvet et Cie, 1870

Unknown, Robert Pittis Scott, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1889

Jean Antoine Watteau, Gentleman, Side View with Hat, Etching on ivory laid paper, 1704–1721, 117 × 71 mm (sheet), Gift of Dorothy Braude Edinburg to the Harry B. and Bessie K. Braude Memorial Collection, Art Institute Chicago

Part 2 Slide 3

Unknown, Jules Trousset, La Librairie Illustrée, 1885-1891

Paul Bril, View of City with Fishing Boat in Foreground, Pen and brown ink and brush and gray wash, over graphite, on ivory laid paper, laid down on ivory laid paper,
1500–1699, 290 × 397 mm, The Leonora Hall Gurley Memorial Collection, Art Institute Chicago

Part 2 Slide 5

Paul Gavarni, Jonathan Swift, Laplace, Sanchez et Cie., n.d., 1862

Jean-Baptiste Isabey, Jean-Baptiste Isabey, 1823

Part 2 Slide 1

Oswaldo Tofani, Eugène Süe, Jules Rouff et Cie., n.d., ca. 1885

Part 2 Slide 7

William Ladd Taylor, Lord Tennyson Alfred, D. Appleton and Company, 1887

Mary Ellen Edwards, Collective work, Bradbury & Evans, 1865

Unknown, Collective work, Édouard Charton, 1837

Thomas Barber, Thomas Barber, Simpkin and Marshall, n.d., 1834

Myles Birket Foster, John Davidson, Longmans, Green and Co., 1895

Part 2 Slide 6

Mary Hallock Foote, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, James R. Osgood & Co., 1877

Robert Elwes, Untitled, Private Collection, Courtesy of a private collector | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Unknown, Jules Trousset, La Librairie Illustrée, 1885-1891

Cornelius Varley, Study of Moored Boat with Seated Figure, Yale Center for British, Art, Licence: Public Domain Yale Center for British Art

Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps, Anonymous, Léon Curmer, n.d., 1843