Articles for tag: gulliver's travels, Religious Differences, Satire

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A Look at the Satire in Gulliver’s Travels

Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels is one of the greatest works of satire ever composed. In Gulliver’s Travels, Swift satirizes politics relentlessly through his portrayal of the rival Lilliputian factions. He attacks religion in his depiction of the big and little endians. Finally, Swift satirizes Western Culture as a whole through the words of the wise king ...

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The Pros and Cons of Our First Amendment

In the news recently there have been multiple passionate conversations about our individual’s freedom of speech, the basis of our first amendment. What exactly is the first amendment? And why is the first amendment such a difficult issue when it comes to people exercising this right? Even today the right to follow the first amendment ...

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Causes of Civil War in Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia had always been a troubled state as a result of the mixture of diverse ethnicities and religious beliefs. Formed in 1918 from the union of the Kingdom of Serbia with the political entities of Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia fostered Orthodox Christians, Roman Catholics, Muslims, and Protestants, but also minorities of Hungarians, Turks, Bulgarians ...

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Comparison of Decolonization in India and Africa After World War II

In comparing the patterns and results of decolonization of India and Africa, there are many similarities and differences. The decolonization movement gained strength after WWII in both India and Africa because of the war’s weakening of the colonizing European countries’ economies, as well as rising nationalism in India and Africa. Also, both Africa and India ...

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Abnormal Behavior

To date, it has not been possible to define the specific meaning of abnormal behavior, and considering the many variables involved, it is unlikely that there will ever be any one specific answer. What appears to be abnormal behavior to some people may be considered normal by others; however, the four Ds can help to ...