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Jonathan Swift - Jonathan Swift who wrote Gulliver's Travels was born in Dublin Ireland in 1667 to an Irish father and an English mother.

In 1688, Jonathan Swift left Ireland to work in England as a secretary to an English politician called Sir William Temple. It was during this time that Swift developed an interest in writing and politics; and in 1704 Jonathan Swift published his first novel called ‘A Tale of a Tub’. But it was the publication of Gulliver's Travels in 1726 that made Jonathan Swift famous.

In the course of his lifetime, Jonathan Swift published 2 diaries, 3 novels, 31 poems, 16 essays and 5 church sermons.

Jonathan Swift died in 1745 at the age of 78.

Dr. Lemuel Gulliver - Lemuel Gulliver is a jolly and fearless explorer who sets off from England in search of adventure.