Discussion questions – Gulliver’s Travels Book I: “A Voyage to Lilliput” Chapter 1 – 4

The true title of the book is Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World and the title Gulliver’s Travels didn’t seem to be attached until the book was ready to be published, thus the name “Gulliver” seems to have been an afterthought on Swift’s part. Why wouldn’t Swift want to publish under his real name? What might the first four letters of the name seem to indicate?

 

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