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Rhetorical Devices in Gulliver's Travels

Rhetorical Devices Examples in Gulliver's Travels:

Part III - Chapter XI

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"Nangasac..."   (Part III - Chapter XI)

When Gulliver says that he arrived in the Japanese town, “Nangasac,” he is probably referring to Nagasaki in southeast Japan. As Japan is the only real country that Gulliver visits during his travels, locating Luggnagg in relation to it helps to make Luggnagg feel more like a real place.

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