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Gulliver's Travels part 1
Transcript of Gulliver's Travels part 1
What religious disputes is Swift satirizing? What conclusion does he seem to draw about how religious differences should be handled? How does this compare to the biographical information concerning his religious views? What do the Lilliputians believe Gulliver worships? Why do they believe this? What might Swift be satirizing here? Politics
Describe the political structure of the Lilliputians. How do individuals gain political office? What is Swift satirizing about English politics? The Body
Why does Swift show so much interest in describing bodily details? How do the Lilliputians view Gulliver's body? Why are the Lilliputians represented as tiny people--what is the satirical point being made? War and Nationalism
How is the Lilliputian military represented? What do the Lilliputians believe about their country and their enemies? What is the satiric point here? Gulliver as Hero
Is Gulliver a reliable narrator (do we believe he understands what's going on)? Are his actions in any way heroic? Is he a good representative of Britain? What qualities are admirable about Gulliver? Is Gulliver a complex, realistic character or a flat, allegorical character?