A VOYAGE INTO THE BLACK & BIZARRE IMAGINATION OF DR. JONATHAN SWIFT
Today, the tale of Gulliver's Travels is celebrated as a nursery classic of adventure fiction, but in his time, Jonathan Swift was a controversial and polarizing churchman and politician. What did he do to arouse such fury? An investigation of this brilliant but twisted provocateur unfolds in this fascinating program. 90 minutes.
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