Surprise ending analysis: Swift’s A Modest Proposal
Hence, this prompted him to conceive an appropriate idea meant to solve his state’s predicaments. The method entailed turning to the trade of human infants as a source of meat with the intention of improving the economy as well as reducing overpopulation.
The basis of his argument entailed consulting diverse, prominent personalities in both the kingdom and other states. Consequently, this afforded him the necessary confidence to present his idea coupled with strong backing arguments on how both the citizens will benefit besides improving the economy (Swift, 2003).
In supporting his idea and making it appear convincing, Smith successfully outlined six advantages to the reader. Hence, this makes the readers and other people by then who may suggest other ideas, hard for them to prove him wrong. As such, the benefits he outlined encompassed those which the kingdom was trying to achieve. This was regardless of the method’s consideration for morality where the author’s core intention was to depopulate the kingdom and improve its economy (Swift, 2003). To illustrate, the proposal entailed improvement of intimacy amidst the couples because the husbands would start treating their wives nicely. Ultimately, the unborn child after delivery meant an additional back up the family’s economy, where after selling couples would have something to rely on; hence, they would not beg in the streets (Swift,2003).