Throughout Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, it is easy to forget that all the reader knows about the Lilliputians, the Brobdingnags, the Laputians, and the Houyhnhnms are learned by reading Gulliver’s utmost truthfulness, despite the obvious fact that these voyages did Not happen. However, throughout the novel, there are many instances in which Gulliver’s veracity (his truthfulness) is called into question. In a thesis-driven essay, discuss the ways Gulliver’s misdirection, or in several places downright dishonesty, affects both our view of Gulliver. You may also argue how this seeming veracity affects Swift’s satire. What and whom is he poking fun at and why? Your essay needs to include supporting evidence and analysis of that evidence
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