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Gulliver's Travels - Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

Gulliver tries to remain patient and compassionate in order to be freed. Gulliver explains that little by little, the people stopped seeing him as a threat and eventually even the children are allowed to come close to him. When he gains more understanding of the language, the emperor has shows put on for him. Gulliver goes on to explain the rope dance and its significance. This is how the emperor picks the people for the highest jobs. The ones that can jump the highest are the ones that can get the jobs. Even after getting their jobs, they are called upon to show that they are still able to jump as high as they did before. Many are injured because they are constantly trying to out do each other.

Other games of these types were played. Gulliver also makes up his own war game that...

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