Gulliver Joi: His Three Voyages; Being an Account of His Marvelous Adventures in Kailoo, Hydrogenia and Ejario

TitleGulliver Joi: His Three Voyages; Being an Account of His Marvelous Adventures in Kailoo, Hydrogenia and Ejario
Year for Search1851
AuthorsPerce, Elbert (ed.) [written by](1831-69)
Date Published1851
PublisherCharles Scribner
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Gulliveriana. Kailoo is an Earth-like planet that travels very rapidly around its sun, and the people are also speeded up with lives that are correspondingly short, except for the royal family, which lives longer, to the equivalent of thirty. The Earth is Kailoo’s moon. In Hydrogenia air is used like water on Earth, and water is a stimulant like alcohol. The people are much larger than humans. In Ejario women are stronger, more active, and braver than men.

Title Note

The pictorial cover gives the title as Gulliver Joi; His Three Voyages in Kailoo, Hydrogenia and Ejario.

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, PSt, W2,1871

Author Note

(1831-69)

Full Text

1851 Perce, Elbert, ed. [written by] (1831-69). Gulliver Joi: His Three Voyages; Being an Account of His Marvelous Adventures in Kailoo, Hydrogenia and Ejario. New York: Charles Scribner. The pictorial cover gives the title as Gulliver Joi; His Three Voyages in Kailoo, Hydrogenia and Ejario. DLC, MoU-St, PSt, W2,1871

Gulliveriana. Kailoo is an Earth-like planet that travels very rapidly around its sun, and the people are also speeded up with lives that are correspondingly short, except for the royal family, which lives longer, to the equivalent of thirty. The Earth is Kailoo’s moon. In Hydrogenia air is used like water on Earth, and water is a stimulant like alcohol. The people are much larger than humans. In Ejario women are stronger, more active, and braver than men.