Gulliver's Travels

The emperor of Lilliput is a satire on the autocratic rulers comment

Gulliver's travel

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Many critics feel that the Lilliputian Emperor represents the King of England at the time and, by extension, other European monarchy. Gulliver paints these rulers as egotistical, self-absorbed blowhard who is easily manipulated by his ministers.