Quotes in Gulliver's Travels
Quotes Examples in Gulliver's Travels:
Part II - Chapter I
"for, as human creatures are observed to be more savage and cruel in proportion to their bulk..." See in text (Part II - Chapter I)
This sentence demonstrates Swift's misanthropy—that is, his distrust of mankind as a group. Of course, Gulliver does not reflect on that sentiment in the context of his visit to Lilliput where he was the largest creature in that society.