25 October 2014

Question of the day #303, Books & Authors


"X" is a novel by an Anglo-Irish writer "Y". The book was so popular that it claimed to be universally read from the cabinet council to the nursery and has never been out of print. A basaltic hill in the Northern Ireland is thought to be the inspiration for the novel. The author is known as the master of two styles of satire - Horatian and Juvenalian styles. Who is the author and about which book are we talking about?

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  1. Gulliver's Travel and Jonathan Swift

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  2. Gulliver's Travel and Jonathan Swift

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  3. Correct Answer: Gulliver's Travel by Jonathan Swift

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