I believe, indeed, we shall carry it farther, and not confine our luxury only to the eating of children; for I happened to peep the other day into a large assembly [Parliament] not far from Westminster-hall, and I found them roasting a great fat fellow, [Walpole again] For my own part, I had not the least inclination to a slice of him; but, if I guessed right, four or five of the company had a devilish mind to be at him.
What would draw Swift into writing to such lengths? Swift's specific strategy is twofold, using a "trap"  to create sympathy for the Irish and a dislike of the narrator who, in the span of one sentence, "details vividly and with rhetorical emphasis the grinding poverty" but feels emotion solely for members of his own class.
Sure, you can go to college to become a lawyer or a doctor and please your parents. They believe the starting point of satire most likely goes back to many ancient ethnic groups who used it in rituals.
Satire is a form of writing used to denounce human vice, giving readers an insight on the flaws that the author sees in society. In fact, the notion of college being necessary itself may simply be an expensive myth: Bill Gates and Steve Jobs both dropped out of college, right?
Outside of the realm of English studies, A Modest Proposal is included in many comparative and global literature and history courses, as well as those of numerous other disciplines in the arts, humanities, and even the social sciences.
Since there was a famine, Swift proposes the idea that people sell their one year old children to the rich so they would not be a burden to their family. Swift writes the satire disguised as a social planner of the time who as Swift satirizes were known to be overly rational rather than compassionate.
Edmund Wilson argues that statistically "the logic of the 'Modest proposal' can be compared with defence of crime arrogated to Marx in which he argues that crime takes care of the superfluous population". It is obvious that Swift dislikes these people, but the reader must explore from where his loathing for the groups of people stems.
However some social commentators, such as Jonathan Swift in his pamphlet A Modest Proposal, use clever, targeted, and ironic criticism to bring the social state of Ireland to the attention of indolent aristocrats.
Swift describes the destitution that characterized the life of Ireland's poor in the 18th century then renders a brazenly inhumane solution to their problems.
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