The adventures themselves have been re-iterated a billion times in other forms of fiction, and, to be frank, aren’t really that mind-blowing by themselves, at least to a 21st century reader. The author’s snarky jabs at politics and society of 18th century (some problems of which are still prevalent in our modern world), however, are.
|Eloquent prose||The adventures themselves are spoiled by other media|
|Quite imaginative fantastical concepts for something written almost 300 years ago||Doesn’t really offer anything else other than a couple of odd fantastical concepts and philosophical banter|
|Some insightful commentary on 18th century English politics and thought|
|One of the first attempts at tackling xenofiction ever|