Gulliver's Travels

What is the conveying mood in Guillver's Travels? How does the author show coherence and creates a conflicting setting?


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The mood depicted in the following quote is one of disgust in terms of a reaction to war and weapons.

“And being no stranger to the art of war, I have him a description of cannons, culverins, muskets, carabines, pistols, bullets, powder, swords, bayonets, battles, sieges, retreats, attacks, undermines, countermines, bombardments, sea-fights…”


Gulliver's Travels

Thank you so much Jill!