I too, come from a long tradition of dealing with problems...

YOUR visit last week touched me deeply. I apologize again ...

Description of Life of the Married-Widows-of-the-Sea; how the Author...

The author gives some account of herself and family; her younger years ...

The author’s first happy years as a married woman; how she learned to love ...

Lamenting the death of her husband at sea, the Author resumes ...

The loss of her children due to the Curse of the Sea, which the Witch ...

Her husband suddenly returns from his South Sea voyage; their love ...

After a period of marvelous successes showing the Lilliputian ...

The author overcomes her misery, as her husband ...

Mr. Gulliver is captured by the Lilliputians; what really happened ...

Under the command of Bolgolam and Flimnap, Gulliver is transported ...

The Author shares her worries with the Reader. Gulliver’s first ...

The Author receives a letter from her Husband, and her hopes to have a healthy baby ...

The author’s sister comes for a visit: With revived spirits ...

Gulliver gains his first friend in Court; He gets advice on seeking Asylum ...

The Author contemplates her miserable existence, and the course of her book ...

The Author remembers her Youth; Reldresal explains Lilliputian Politics ...

The Author shares her thoughts on Memory and Imagination; the Gulliver Question ...

The author tries to forget her labor pains and worries ...

The Author’s life as a constant tragedy. Losing her lover ...

A letter from Captain Biddel awakens fears and worries. The author recalls ...

The author's character and person is challenged by freakish events. She triumphs ...

As good as her word, and resuming the tale of her Husband, the Author reveals ...

Captain Biddel's Lilliputian peep show performs at Sadler's Wells, and the author ...

Stella is happy. The author agrees to meet the prospective husband, provided ...

The Author almost manages to save the captured Lilliputians, but for the debauchery ...

The Author intercepts Captain Biddel and his Illiputian Show and plots ...

Gulliver goes to War, but is forced to Make Love ...

The author, by an extraordinary stratagem, accomplishes at least one of her ...

The Author recounts the sad consequences of her heroic ...

The Author is faced with crucial decisions concerning her future, now that ...

The Author hears from Captain John Nicholas of the “Adventure" that Gulliver ...

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