" A Journey to the Houyhnhnms”
Jonathan Swift uses the metaphors of Gulliver, Pedro, the Houyhnhnms, and the Yahoos in " A Voyage towards the Land with the Houyhnhnms” to satirize humans so that they could realize that to be human, you can go to reverse extremes. Quick has personas to represent gentleman as a complete animal (the Yahoos), along with characters to symbolize man as wholly rational being (the Houynhnms). The naïve Gulliver is used to demonstrate how man is. The past metaphor of Pedro can be used to show what sort of man could be; a balance of logic and emotion that creates a perfect, individual human being.
By composing this book, Speedy is skillfully mocking and criticizing the men of his time. Inside the 18th century, Swift's many other European men aimed to become completely logical and reasonable all of the time. Much like the Houyhnhnms, unichip would fall under the pitfall of hubris and their excessive use of reasoning would lead them to lack quite human features of emotion and enjoyment. Through the Houyhnhnms, Swift displays the dangers of pride. Whenever we first fulfill the Houyhnhnms through Gulliver's eyes, their life-style seems to make sense. Gulliver admires different aspects with their life which includes their regulating; they have simply no laws mainly because why might you do something which is not rational? Houyhnhnms also tend not to argue , nor have virtually any opinions regarding anything since why do you argue about something that can't ever be solved? One of the Houyhnhnms' features that Gulliver admires most can be their not enough any language that details the negative things that are so visible in human being society like evil, lying, jealousy, selfishness, and greed. In order for the Master Horse to say nearly anything close to " lie”, he has to claim " the fact which was not”. At this point we may think that Quick is conveying humans as it should be. The Houyhnhnms are in a world with logic, friendliness, and order, as well as a universe without disbelief, war, debate, law,...