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- In poetry, they must be allowed to excel all other mortals; wherein the justness of their similes, and the minuteness as well as exactness of their descriptions, are indeed inimitable.Part 4 -- A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnms (69% in)
- For in such a solitude as I desired, I could at least enjoy my own thoughts, and reflect with delight on the virtues of those inimitable Houyhnhnms, without an opportunity of degenerating into the vices and corruptions of my own species.Part 4 -- A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnms (82% in)
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