Gulliver's Travels - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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One of the first things he asks after he is free is to go and see the inner city. Gulliver is given permission and sets forth to see what it looks like. Gulliver describes it as a place where there are many houses close together at least five stories high. Gulliver believes at least 500,000 people can live there. Gulliver wants to see the palace and is able to enter on one side, but there are many buildings between him and the actual inner palace. Gulliver has to make himself some steps in order to step over the buildings between him and the palace and he then describes how beautiful the inner palace is.

About a month after he was freed, the principal secretary pays him a visit. The secretary tells him that the reason why he was set free so early was because of the...

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