Book review: Gulliver’s Travels Part 4 Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver cleverly testifies in his masterpiece and presents to the audience two sides of a story as he depicts the Yahoos and Houyhnmhnm. These two societies live in different places and practice varied cultures. In the story the author observes the use of honest and clear depiction which does not confuse the reader. The artwork is set in first person narration by the observer (Hinnant 11). This is evident in the sense of authenticity and conveyance of the story. In these two contexts, Swift testifies and also narrates his encounter of adventure with the host society. Throughout the narration, the audience derives relief because it is given by this first hand person experience.