It was published in England by Jonathon Swift
The narrator of Jonathan Swift's "A modest Proposal" is the proposer.
Jonathan swiftA Modest Proposal was written by Jonathan Swift.
He proposes to eat the children
Yes, Jonathan Swift was a master satirist, and A Modest Proposal is an example of this.
A Modest Proposal was written in 1729 by Jonathan Swift. It is written about the crop failures in Ireland. The narrator is satirical.
"A Modest Proposal" and "Gulliver's Travels" were both written by Jonathan Swift.
His proposal is eating infants. This is in fact not modest at all. It is huge. It is ironic because of that. Eating children is not modest.
In A Modest Proposal, Jonathan Swift satirically proposes that the babies of the poor be swerved in various ways and eaten by the rich of Ireland.
A fictional character created by Swift
it was written in 1729
A Modest Proposal
Poverty in Ireland
They outnumbered adults.
Jonathan Swift, the author of A Modest Proposal, was not the actual speaker of the essay. The speaker was a Protestant and a member of the Irish upper class.
To criticize his government's policy on Ireland.
Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal"