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  1. How Gulliver's Travels Satirises the Politics of Swift's Time.

    them about the glories of England; to Laput and its neighbour Lagado, populated by dishonest philosophers and scientists; and to the land of Houhynhnms, a land ruled by rational- thinking horses. This satire reveals many faults in society. First of all, Gulliver symbolizes the citizens of England: gullible, eager to please, and proud. Another satire is England?s government in part I which is symbolized by the Lilliputians and all their flaws. Also, Swift satirizes England's government in Part III where the floating island symbolizes how England never interacts with people but instead deals out punishments and laws without considering the people.

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