[SOLVED] Swift and Gulliver
Jonathan Swift’s Gullivers TravelsDue by 11/14 at 11:59 pm.Reader Response Instructions:Discuss the character of Gulliver and his limitations as a narrator. List instances from ALL four parts of the book in which Gulliver is a mouthpiece for Jonathan Swift. Develop a statement that describes Swifts satiric purpose in writing Gullivers Travels, and list several passages from ALL FOUR parts of the book that illustrate that purpose.Additional reminders:Make sure you have read the Reader Response Journal Entry Instructions in the Start Here Module. Do your own work. Rely on your OWN reading and analytical skills.You should be familiar with the Academic Honesty policy on your Syllabus. Remember that your Journal entry will be submitted to Turnitin. If there is ANY matching toInternet sources or to other student writings, you will receive a zero for the assignment. Do NOT CONSULT materials from the Internet or from the library to aid you in writing your Journal entry.Just remember that blogs, encyclopedias, or websites like SparkNotes are NOT of the quality expected for college students.Do NOT collaborate with classmates. Turnitin will detect if two students submit works with matching passages, and BOTH students will get the same grade, a zero.Do not copy from introductory material in your text.Also, do NOT summarize literary works.Proofread the grammar, sentencing, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and reference to titles. If you quote from a poem, you should follow the quote with the line number (or numbers) in parentheses. The title of a long work, such as Beowulf or Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, should be in italics (as this sentence illustrates). Titles of shorter works should be in quote marks, likeThe General Prologue. Check the spelling of character names. Divide your Journal entry into paragraphs.