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    Gulliver an ass in Houyhnhnm's Land Gulliver an ass in Houyhnhnm's Land Presentation Transcript

    • Gulliver’s travels divided in to Four parts: Voyage in to Liliput A voyage to Brobdingnang A voyage to Laputa The Land of Houyhnhnms
    • In Houyhnhnm’s Land: Lives Houyhnhnms and Yahoos Houyhnhnms are Horses Yahoos are man Yahoos are marginalized by Houyhnhnms
    • Gulliver quickly learns the language of Houyhnhnms. Gulliver tells them about his country where human beings rule and horses are trained to work for them. Houyhnhnms are not ready to believe Gulliver Here animals are rational and cultured The revelation of yahoos’ identity as human beings.
    • Greed and selfishness in human nature Houyhnhnms have life of community. They don’t live personal life. Swift is challenging the traditional idea that humans are rational animals. Gulliver thinks of his people as European yahoos and he prefers to live with barbarians than with his own people