Published in the year 1925, “Arrowsmith” is a novel written by Nobel Prize winning American playwright and author, Sinclair Lewis. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize but Lewis refused to accept it. For the preparation of this novel, Lewis was assisted by scientific writer, Dr. Paul de Kruif, who also received 25% of the royalties.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull is a fable written in novel form by Richard Bach. The story is about a seagull learning to fly and living life. The book was published in 1970 and was instantly acknowledged by people in United States. More than 1 million copies were printed by the time the year 1972 ended.
Published in 1726, Gulliver’s Travels is a work of fiction by Irish writer Jonathan Swift who was also a clergyman. The book can be defined as both a parody of the “traveler’s tales” as well as a spoof on human nature. The book is widely regarded as one of the all-time classic books of English Literature which can be judged from the fact that even after 300 years later the book is widely read and extolled.