Gulliver’s travels Jonathan Swift wrote, “Satire is a sort of glass wherein beholders do generally discover everybody’s face but their own.” Satire is the backbone of Gulliver’s Travels, and Swift goes to great lengths to provoke readers with it. Choose the passages that you argue offer the best examples of Swift’s use of satire and argue their purpose.
Many readers try to isolate Jonathan Swift’s writing to fit only his generation. Swift’s satire was aimed at the English during the Enlightenment Age, but his criticism applies to failings that all generations share. Use examples from the story and argue how a comparison can be drawn to past or current generations.
Argue about the purpose or role in the story of Gulliver’s progress from chained alien to important ally of the Lilliputians.
Argue about the purpose or role in the story of the relationships between Gulliver and the Emperor of Lilliput, Skyresh Bolgolam, and Reldresal.
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