2. The name of a pro-environmental boy band from the early 90s most famous for their one-hit wonder "You Can Break My Heart, But Not The Rainforest".
3. The working title of "The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman" by Laurence Stern.
4. A loose translation of Martin Heidegger's "In-der-Welt-sein".
2. "Left Hand Gulliver" seriously sucked. The name didn't have anything to do with environmentalism.
3. Good thing Stern scrapped that last title. I still can't believe that he didn't know his book was referring to midget fisting.
4. The traditional Western dichotomy of object/subject has been exerted in the Heideggerian notion of "Left Hand Gulliver".