Gulliver's Travels Into Several Remote Nations Of The World
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GULLIVER'S TRAVELS
CHAPTER II
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The Author conducted by a Houyhnhnm to his house. The house described. The Author's reception. The food of the Houy-hnhnms. The Author in distress for want of meat, is at last relieved. His manner of feeding in this country . . .218
CHAPTER III
The Author studious to learn the language; the Houyhnhnm, his master, assists in teaching him. The language described. Several Houyhnhnms of quality come out of curiosity to see the Author. He gives his master a short account of his voyage . 224
CHAPTER IV
The Houyhnhnm's notion of truth and falsehood. The Author's discourse disapproved by his master. The Author gives a more particular account of himself, and the accidents of his voyage 230
CHAPTER V
The Author, at his master's commands, informs him of the state of England. The causes of war among the princes of Europe. The Author begins to explain the English constitution . .236
CHAPTER VI
A continuation of the state of England. The character of a first or
chief minister of state in European Courts . . . .243
CHAPTER VII
The Author's great love of his native country. His master's observa­tions upon the constitution and administration of England, as described by the Author, with parallel cases and comparisons. His master's observations upon human nature . . . 249
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