Supernatural Elements In Gulliver's Travel

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1. Describe what Swift satirizes in “Gulliver’s Travel”.
In first voyage of Gulliver to Lilliput, Gulliver shows us the difference in size between him and the Lilliputians in an ironic way. It satirizes that the importance of the physical power. While Gulliver can easily harm them by just his careless walk because of his size, he has to gain the trust of the Lilliputians. Moreover, even though Lilliputians are only six inches tall, they do not taken from him, and they thought that he is under their control while he could easily destroy them even he was tied up. By using this dramatic irony Jonathan Swift satirizes human being who thinks that he is more powerful than the others. Secondly, by mentioning the story, which helps us to understand
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What supernatural elements are featured in Dickens’s “The Signalman”, how do these elements tie indirectly to the novel’s plot?
Charles Dickens used supernatural characters in his story, The Signalman, and it makes the story so scary. In the story Dickens uses ghost to warn humans about a danger or terrible accident before it happens. Signalman describes it in the following conversation which he does a man;
‘One moonlight night,’ said the man, ‘I was sitting here, when I heard a voice cry, ‘Halloa! Below there!’ I started up, looked from that door, and saw this someone else standing by the red light near the tunnel, waving as I just now showed you. The voice seemed hoarse with shouting, and it cried, ‘Look out! Look out!’ and then attain, ‘Halloa! Below there! Look out!’
Six hours after the warning of the ghost, a terrible accident happened where the ghost had appeared. Story ends with a coincidence the Engine-Driver included, who warns the signal-man as the apparition does, and it caused the death of the signalman.
5. Describe how Lawrence uses the omniscient narration in “The Rocking-Horse
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H. Lawrence is told in the third-person omniscient point of view. The third-person omniscient (means all-knowing) point of view is a method of storytelling in which the narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of all of the characters in the story. By using of the third-person omniscient viewpoint, a writer is able to bring to life an entire world and inner thoughts of characters. When it comes to the story by using the third-person omniscient narrative technique, D. H. Lawrence helps the reader to compare and contrast characters’ personalities and also it makes the reader easily involved in the story. The underlined words in the following sentences are a few examples that present the thoughts of characters in the

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