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Of all his writings this novel shows Swifts merits of his mind His extraordinary queft of expression It is written in a very strange language It is understandable nowadays but not then This novel shows the tendency of the XVIIIth century to see truth in relative terms Is this Swifts opinion that truth is relative We have to face that truth is quite relative in the novel We have Gulliver as a giant when he is in Lilliput but when he is with the giants He is a dwarf relative We must notice that he is representative of mankind In the XIXth century critics criticised the novel thinking that the Yahoos were for Gulliver the representative of man The development of men becoming animal savagery This interpretation has to be defeated by the critics of the XXth century 1 Genre These people of the XVIIIth century were fond of travels but never it was invented Travellers wrote most novels This is a travel book but he never invented to pass it as a real one Why does this book please everybody Why has this book been turned into a fairy book A book for children Children are familiarised with dwarfs giants and magic This is one of the great greatness of great writers their books have to be understood and joined by everybody People were familiarised with travel books It is a very complex book speaking about genre It is a satire Swift is satiric from the beginning to the end It is a satire of few aspects of men we could say it is a philosophical satire physical political intellectual and moral aspects of man Notice physical it is the most elemental aspect of man it is the social and political part intellectual with our mind or reason moral the spiritual aspect at the top of them In the XVIIIth century moral was the spiritual part It is a satire of man
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