2 edition of Travels to real and imaginary lands found in the catalog.
Travels to real and imaginary lands
by Istituto italiano di cultura, Scuolo di studi sull"Asia orientale in Kyoto
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Giuliano Bertuccioli. With an appendix, Francesco Carletti on slavery and oppression / by Antonino Forte.|
|Series||Occasional papers / Italian School of East Asian Studies ;, 2, Occasional papers (Istituto italiano di cultura (Kyoto, Japan). Scuolo di studi sull"Asia orientale) ;, 2.|
|LC Classifications||G420.C325 B47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||93203222|
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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bertúccioli, Giuliano. Travels to real and imaginary lands. Kyoto: Istituto italiano di cultura, Scuolo di studi sull'Asia orientale, Travels to Real and Imaginary Lands Two Lectures on East Asia By Giuliano Bertuccioli.
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Case, Four Essays on Gulliver's Travels (Princeton, ), p. I 4The evidence of his interest is compactly summarized by Harold Williams in. So far Gulliver’s career has been a series of failures, and the reader can infer that Gulliver might be escaping his financial problems.
Throughout the book, Gulliver’s adventures to imaginary lands begin and end with real sea voyages, and here the mundane details of his planning introduce the narrator’s straightforward approach to life.
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In this part of the book, the novelist divides human nature into two parts. We attribute reason and benevolence to the Houyhnhnms, while the Yahoos are depicted as were brutes with selfish appetites. Gulliver’s Travels is a satiric masterpiece in which Swift exposes human follies, absurdities and the consequences of human irrationality.
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Gulliver’s Travels is regarded as Swift’s masterpiece. It is a novel in four parts recounting Gulliver’s four voyages to fictional exotic lands. His travels is first among diminutive people–the Lilliputians, then among enormous giants–people of Brobdingnag, then among idealists and dreamers and finally.
Gulliver's Travels, or Travels into Several Remote Nations of the Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships is a prose satire of by the Irish writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift, satirising both human nature and the "travellers' tales" literary subgenre.
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The novel was written in the s, and Gulliver travels to areas that were still unknown or little explored during this time. Gulliver's Travels was unique in its day; it was not written to woo or entertain.
It was an indictment, and it was most popular among those who were indicted — that is, politicians, scientists, philosophers, and Englishmen in general. Swift was roasting people, and they were eager for the banquet. Swift himself admitted to wanting to "vex.Medieval Europeans were fascinated by the lands that lay beyond their own continent.
Josephine Livingstone looks at the real and imaginary travels of explorers and tradesman through works including The Book of John Mandeville, The Travels of Marco Polo and medieval maps.The Dreamlands is a fictional location in the Dream Cycle of H.
P. Lovecraft. It is also the setting for a number of pastiches written by other authors. The Dreamlands is a vast, alternate dimension that can be entered through dreams, similar to astral projection or lucid dreaming.
Experienced dreamers are among the most powerful inhabitants of.