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About This Book
Sailing the world, Lemuel Gulliver makes startling discoveries:
A country where the natives are no taller than six inches; a land of giants; and a nation ruled by horses, where people serve as the beasts of burden. He braves storms, pirates, cannibals, and hungry rats the size of German shepherds. When Gulliver eventually returns home, he faces no less difficult a challenge. He realizes that, as a result of his travels, he no longer feels the same about ordinary human beings.
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