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Gulliver's Travels, a misanthropic satire of humanity, was written in 1726 by Jonathan Swift. Like many other authors, Swift uses the journey as the backdrop for his satire. He invents a second author, Captain Lemuel Gulliver, who narrates and...
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We are told that Pi or Piscene was named after a family friend who frequented the swimming pool Piscine Molitor in Paris. Pi doesn't get the friend's name rather than the pool's name. The name is shortened to avoid harassment from other kids (they...
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I've seen the devil of violence, and the devil of greed, and the devil of hot desire; but, by all the stars! these were strong, lusty, red-eyed devils, that swayed and drove men—men, I tell you. But as I stood on this hillside, I...
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