### Theory:

"Gulliver's travels" is a famous book written by Johnathan Swift.

*Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift was born in $$1667$$ in Ireland. He was a writer, essayist, poet, cleric (priest) who became the Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin. Some of his famous works are:
• Gulliver's Travels
• A Tale of a Tub
• An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity
• A Modest Proposal
He was well known for his prose but less known for his poetry. He handled his writings with satire (the use of humour with irony, exaggeration, criticism and ridicule). He was famous for his satire style in his writings. He became sick in the year $$1738$$ due to a stroke, which caused a mental disability. He died in the year $$1745$$.

Gulliver's Travels:

A prose satire work by Swift, it was considered as his masterpiece and also as Classic Literature. The story reflects much of his political experiences during the preceding years when he wrote the book. The book reflects on the experiences of a ship's doctor, named Gulliver. The book was a huge success and is still read by millions of people around the globe.
Reference:
*Jonathan Swift: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Jonathan_Swift_by_Charles_Jervas_detail.jpg