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The Character of a Civilization

Summary: Discusses the Jonathan Swift novel, GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. Examines how Gulliver, through his travels, discovers himself and the world around him through the many encounters around the world.
Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift explores the significance of mankind and human nature through several diverse societies. During the novel, it slowly becomes more evident how Lemuel Gulliver develops distaste toward the nature of man. Through many encounters with alien civilizations, Gulliver gradually rejects the society of which he so confidently lived by. The narrator implies his feelings of revulsion and recollection, to demonstrate his sincere denunciation of human nature. Gulliver's analysis into the nature of man provides an understanding and an insight into the greater intention of Jonathan Swift. Within the many voyages the narrator pursues, we can distinguish the learning's Gulliver discovers about human nature, how he is affected as a result and what Swift anticipated to reveal through his analysis of nature.

The first journey Gulliver acquired presents an adequate relationship into the narrator's understandings of the nature of man. Lemuel's trip...

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