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  • Good. Keep it up.
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  • my friend good presentation and your confidence is very well and please u explain ur presentation only five minutes
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  • Hi,jayshri your presentation on 'Gulliver's Travels as social document'' is quite good and well presented. your content is good and different.
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  • Hi! jayshri you are now improving in your presentation. Today’s ur presentation was wonderfull and i really enjoyed it and you also explained well. One suggestion to u is that please manage ur time and complete ur subject whithin the given time. Your content was very good and i liked it most because i think you have presented most of the points in ’’The Gulliver's Travels as a social document’’ your preparation of slides is quite different than others.You also explained well

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  • 1. Gulliver’s Travels
    as
    a social document
    By Makwana jayshri D.
    Roll No:-26
    M.A:-1
  • 2.
    • Contemporary life reflect in the first voyage to “Liliput’’
    • 3. England in the disguise of liliput
    • 4. The struggle between Low-heel and High-heel
    • 5. The Conflict between Big-Endians and Little-Endians
    • Social life in “Brobdingnag’’
    • 6. Brobdingnag are praised for the brevity of laws rather than abstract science
    • The voyage to “Laputa” in part -3
    • 7. People were highly interested in new invention
    • The land of the “Houyhnhnmsand the Yahoos’’ in part -4
    • 8. Swift’s disgust is directed towards men
  • Thank you