Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver hides his identity as an englishman and presented himself as an hollander. What does this show of his character?


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Gulliver was never proud of being English or even from Europe. Many events of this book deal with satire and condemnations of British society. Gulliver thought that being Dutch was better than being British. Gulliver was really looking for a better society.