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Essay | Gulliver's Travels

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Gulliver's Travels

Summary: A review of Jonathan Swift's novel Gulliver's Travels, the most famous of Swift's satirical writings. A utopian novel in the form of allegory, Gulliver's Travels satirically depicts the conditions in England at that time and criticizes civilization in general, all by way of an imaginary book of travels.
Johnatan Swift was an English writer of the 18th century originally born in the Irish family. The majority of his writings were satirical and the most famous satire is just Gulliver's Travels. It is an utopia novel in the form of allegory that by way of an imaginary book of travels satirically depicts the conditions in England at that times and criticizes the civilization in general. Gulliver's Travels was initially named,,Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World" and is divided into four parts, each of several chapters. The book is introduced by a fictional preface of the publisher and an author's letter to the publisher. The feeling of the verity is even emphasized by the maps, the portrait of Gulliver and the first narrative person that is used in the text.

Lemual Gulliver was the third son of the Nottingham farmer. From his early childhood he...

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