Gulliver's Travels

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1. What is the meaning of the phrase, "I was taught to imitate a rational creature"? 2.What do the Houyhnhnms find amazing about gulliver? 3.why is the phrase "say the thing which was not" so imporant? 4.what is the irony regardingthe comparisons made in the third part of the novel? 5.What does Gulliver begin unconsiosly to do and why? 6.What profound change has taken place in Gulliver? 7.What is the human condition as seen by the houyhnhnms? 8. What is the most damning link between Gulliver and the Yahoos? 9. What does Gulliver admit and why? 10.where does Gulliver stop on his way from Lugnagg to England? Help me out guys i have very few days left to do these and i have an emergency that forced me to travel. Just answer how many ever you can... thanx anyway..
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1. What is the meaning of the phrase, "I was taught to imitate a rational creature"?

Houyhnhnms are a race of intelligent enlightened horses. They want to know how a human like Gulliver was taught imitate a rational creature. The Houyhnhnms are used to their humans, yahoos, as being savage and unintelligent.

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What is the irony regarding the comparisons made in the third part of the novel?