Describe the persona of Homer and Aristotle as viewed by Gulliver.
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In Glubbdubdrib, Gulliver is able to bring back great figures from history, including truly wise people such as Homer and Aristotle. Nearly everything that he learns is different from what has been recorded in the history books. Swift shows here that history cannot be trusted, especially because those involved typically are not the ones who write their own history. The trouble now is that Swift has shown us that we cannot trust others and we do not often do well when we falsely trust in ourselves. We must trust in ourselves but only with a clear view of who we really are-our proper location, perspective, and size all matter.