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Essay | Political Allegory in Gulliver's Travels

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Political Allegory in Gulliver's Travels

Summary: Examines the use of political allegory in the novel Gulliver's Travels, by Jonthan Swift. Describes how Swift uses this novel to criticize the political condition of 18th century England satirizes the royal court of George I.

Gulliver's Travels is a great novel written by Jonthan Swift. It is about voyages of Gulliver-main character-to different countries. Gulliver's Travels is a political allegory of England at Swift's time. the word allegory means a simple that can be objects, characters, figures or colors used to represent an abstract idea or concepts. Swift uses this novel to criticize the political condition of England at the 18th century and to make a satire of the royal court of George 1 . Gulliver's Travels has established itself as a classic for young people. Its appeal to young minds is due to the fact that it is, on the surface, an adventure story of strange wonderful lands. As a matter of fact, it is taken by the mature reader as an allegory work of England at Swift's time.

One clear example of Swift's use of political allegory is the Rope...

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