Gulliver's Travels - Part Four, Chapters 2-3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2

Eventually, Gulliver, after following a horse he now calls ‘Master Horse’, arrives at a large low building where there are many horses doing everyday chores. Gulliver can’t quite wrap his head around what he is seeing and wonders where the humans are that are responsible for training the horses so well. Along the back wall Gulliver sees some of the creatures from before, chained up eating roots and dead animals that have been accidentally killed. Gulliver realizes very quickly the ‘Yahoos‘ as the horses call them, are humans, albeit hairier humans with claws. The horses seem to be confused as to what Gulliver is since he has the head of a Yahoo but not so much the body. They don’t grasp that Gulliver’s clothing is not a part of his skin. Eventually another horse appears drawn in a cart by four...

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