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Essay heading: Gulliver's Travels
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With the actions of the man, I thought that the satire on the professors was superior. The professors were not worrying about anything else that went on around them, due to the fact that they were too into their projects. Lemuel describes them to be experiments with no end. The thought of how professors work so hard on making something that will come to be nothing was explained with great and detailed satire in the afterward part of the video clip...
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The thought of how professors work so hard on making something that will come to be nothing was explained with great and detailed satire in the afterward part of the video clip. In the second part of the movie, Lemuel Gulliver was on an island with some different kid of "creatures". One of the animals was a horse, and they obtained the name of houyhnhnms...
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