Could ‘nonsense’ language in ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ be Hebrew?

Throughout “Gulliver’s Travels,” Swift uses nonsense words and phrases which have always been assumed to have been invented by Swift himself. But now a University of Houston professor of English literature and Jewish studies argues that Swift’s mystery words are variants of Hebrew.

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