Gulliver's Travels - Part 1, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 7 Summary

Gulliver starts to tell why he finally left the kingdom. Gulliver says that the plot against him had started to be formed two months prior, but because he was trusting and not used to playing politics, he never realized that the government was as corrupt as any of Europe's governments. Gulliver is told of the plot against him while he is preparing for his meeting with the emperor of Blefuscu.

A friend of his from the ministry comes and tells him how there had been many private sessions in the court concerning Gulliver and it was just two days before that the emperor had decided what he was going to do with him. Gulliver is told that he is going to have high articles of treason brought against him and he is then given a copy of these articles. Gulliver is going to be charged...

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