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The book called Gulliver’s Travels is a satire on four aspects of man: the physical, the political, the intellectual, and the moral. The book is also a brilliant parody of travel literature; and it is at once science fiction and a witty parody of science fiction. It expresses savage indignation at the follies, vices, and stupidities of men, and it shows an awareness of man’s tragic insufficiency. At the same time it is a great comic masterpiece, a fact which readers of solemn temperaments often fail to recognize.
- CHARACTER ANALYSIS
Laputa is a fictional place from the book Gulliver”s travels by Jonathan Swift. It is a fictional flying island or rock, about 4.5 miles in diameter, with an adamantine base, which its inhabitants can maneuver in any direction using magnetic levitation.
Laputa’s population consists mainly of educated people, who are fond of mathematics, astronomy, music and technology, but fail to make…
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