Gulliver’s Travel As a Symbolical Work

  Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) was a creator, writer, and political extremist. He is best known for his mocking novel Gulliver’s Travel and humorous article on the Irish starvation, “A Modest Proposal.” ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is a book of imagination, parody and political moral story, and it is abundantly preferred in all ages. He composed Gulliver’s Travels […]

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Always Travel Tuesday to the Middle East

  During the late 1970’s, international terrorism had reared its angry head (yes, nearly fifty years ago). As a Foreign Service radio technician my job was to provide two-way radio nets at American embassies and consulates between Athens and Karachi (this was before cell phones). The local telephone systems were unreliable. The two-way radio was […]

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