Civility, as stated in the Websterís Dictionary, as polite or courteous is represented in the novels Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin and in Part IV of Gulliverís Travels by Jonathan Swift. Civilization, as seen in the novels Pride and Prejudice and Gulliverís Travels, is depicted as an act of human nature as compared to the act of savages. Human beings can be civilized and uncivilized depending on the way the reason
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Monika Laskowska St# 1893908
Date Submitted: Feb. 23, 99