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While written text is often used as the primary mode of communicating information, written text can only convey so much to someone who is reading the text itself. 326 more words

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A Modest Proposal

In Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”, Swift offers up a suggestion to his fellow countrymen that could potentially help alleviate the amount of mothers and their children who are beggars. 166 more words

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A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal, written by Jonathan Swift to the Pope, is a letter detailing an idea thought up by Swift in order to increase the prosperity in a then downtrodden Ireland. 511 more words

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A Modest Proposal

Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”is a written expression of how Swift believes England can help the poor, provide for the constant reproduction of babies, pleasure the rich, and increase trade. 249 more words

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A Modest Proposal

“A Modest Proposal,” by Jonathan Swift, satirically discusses the idea of eating children in Ireland. He goes on to jokingly support his idea with numerous statistics and reasons why it would benefit the country, such as boosting the food supply, reducing poverty, and strengthening the economy. 151 more words

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A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal, by Jonathan Swift, starts off by stating the deplorable state of Ireland.  He describes how many mothers and children are left begging for for food.   148 more words

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Jonathan Swift, "A Modest Proposal"

In A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift, he offers up a very unorthodox solution to rid his country  of impoverished children, seeing as they only serve as a burden to their beggar parents and a complete eyesore on the streets of his town. 489 more words

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