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Jonathan Swift released his well-known work of political satire mixed with fantasy,   

Four sections. Written in 1726 by Lemuel Gulliver, a surgeon who later became a captain of multiple ships.   

While visiting strange and distant places, Gulliver discovers a number of nations and kingdoms where the whole populace is preoccupied with unimportant issues, frequently to the point of collapse.  

Lilliput is home to six-inch-tall royal residents who have divided into factions based on whether side of the egg is better to crack.  

Along with various other fanciful locations, Gulliver also travels to the enormous nation of Brobdingnag and the floating island of Laputa.  

Even now, Swift's book is still a thought-provoking and sharp read, making fun of stupid obsessives in particular as well as political foolishness in general.  

The 2010 movie version of "Gulliver's Travels" starring Rob Letterman is... not thought-provoking. Indeed, it's blatantly stupid.  

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