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Voltaire & Swift as Social Critics

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188365824
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Voltaire & Swift as Social Critics
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8
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An 8 page essay that contrasts and compares Voltaire and Jonathan Swift as social critics. The writer argues that Jean Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire in his text Zadig (1747) and Jonathan Swift in his text Gulliver's Travels (1726) created scathing satirical comments on their respective societies of France and England. In both cases, these great satirists used an imaginative setting as a thinly disguised framework on which to pin their insightful parodies of eighteenth century culture. Both Voltaire and Swift employ considerable humor, but nevertheless present situations that comment on the foibles and hypocrisies of their particular era. No additional sources cited.

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