Thinking Africa DifferentlyMatthew Johnson

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Johnson 1 Thinking Africa Differently Matthew Johnson CAS2001S 21/9/07 Gulliver’s Travel Writing In Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, the reader explores a fictitious journey of Lemuel Gulliver as travels through several imaginary worlds. As Gulliver observes these
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Unformatted text preview: foreign places, Swift satirizes Gulliver’s observations of these “new worlds” in order to mock the tropes of travel writing. In the first part of the novel,...
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