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Gulliver as a Person

Summary: A brief analysis of Gulliver's character and leadership as portrayed in Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels.
Similar to many authors, Jonathan Swift wrote with the intention of a deeper meaning of the content. Specifically, I am referring to Swift's Gulliver's Travels. Much like George Orwell's Animal Farm, Gulliver's Travels has hidden allusions left to be interpreted by the reader. Specifically, with his reference to the Lilliputians, the interpretation is that these people are "small-minded" or have less significance. These "small-minded" people that Swift uses act the workers who as individuals, can not perturb this large stranger, Gulliver, but as one agglomerated society, the can move him and even believe that they can force him into a belief that he may not necessarily be willing to have. I believe even Gulliver himself states something similar. In having these people act this way, Swift is deriding English society saying that, in these times, religion and morals are, in a sense, forced upon the youth...

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