Gaining a reputation as a scientist and innovator among the professors and fellow students alike. Believing his tenure at Ingolstadt was nearing an end, Victor thinks of returning home to Geneva. However, he launches into a new venue of scientific experimentation — creating life from death and reanimating a dead body.
About three years ago, Mr. Gulliver growing weary of the concourse of curious people coming to him at his house in Redriff, made a small purchase of land, with a convenient house, near Newark, in Nottinghamshire, his native country; where he now lives retired, yet in good esteem among his neighbors.
Gulliver were born in Nottinghamshire, where his father dwelt, yet I have heard him say, his family came from Oxfordshire; to confirm which, I have observed in the churchyard at Banbury, in that county, several tombs and monuments of the Gullivers.
Before he quitted Redriff, he left the custody of the following papers in my hands, with the liberty to dispose of them as I should think fit.
I have carefully perused them three times: There is an air of truth apparent through the whole; and, indeed, the Author was so distinguished for his veracity, that it became a sort of proverb among his neighbors at Redriff, when any one affirmed a thing, to say, it was as true as if Mr.
Gulliver had spoken it.
This volume would have been at least twice as large, if I had not made bold to strike out innumerable passages relating to the winds and tides, as well as to the variations and bearings in the several voyages; together with the minute descriptions of the management of the ship in storms, in the style of sailors: Gulliver may be a little dissatisfied: However, if my own ignorance in sea affairs shall have led me to commit some mistakes, I alone am answerable for them: As for any further particulars relating to the Author, the reader will receive satisfaction from the first pages of the book.
It also attempts to assure the reader that there is a rational explanation for all events that occur in the tale. As Swift sets out to parody a travel narrative, creating such a character helps him better satirize the genre. The name may be an allusion to King Lemuel, a king who is featured in Proverbs 31 of the Bible.See in text (Chapter IV) In Greek mythology, Lethe is one of the rivers in Hades and was known as the river of forgetfulness.
Chillingworth probably says this particular river to allude to the fact that although while he was gone, he did not forget about her, and she ended up, in a way, forgetting about him. Chapter IV Analysis and Interpretation of Data Manipal College of Nursing Manipal 4.
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