Gulliver’s Travels, by Jonathan Swift

    • Infamous satire on human nature. Lemuel Gulliver voyages into distant lands and meets mysterious peoples, such as the Lilliputians. The highs and lows of Gulliver’s exploration are vividly illustrated by Arthur Rackham in this beautiful edition.

      Dark blue cloth boards with richly gilted cover and spine in floral detail, and a colour plate to the front cover featuring Gulliver being attacked by giant wasps. First published by JM Dent in 1898 with Rackham’s decorative imagery, this edition from c.1915 features eight colour plates by Arthur Rackham. First edition thus. Printed at the Temple Press in Letchworth. Pp. 128.