is a famous satirical novel by Jonathan Swift, but the work has also been banned for the displays of madness, the public urination, and other controversial topics. Here, we are transported to through the dystopian experiences of Lemuel Gulliver, as he sees giants, talking horses, cities in the sky, and much more. The book was originally censored because of the politically sensitive references Swift makes in his novel. Gulliver's Travels
was also banned in Ireland for being "wicked and obscene." William Mackpiece Thackeray said of the book that it was "horrible, shameful, blasphemous, filthy in word, filthy in thought."