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The National Prejudices

By Kathryn Wagner,2014-06-25 00:35
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The author is a very likes to observe people. He regularly visited different places, so he could see a lot of different people. One day, he met five or six gentleman. They are discussing a topic. Their views are quite different, so their launched a fierce debate. T

    The National Prejudices

     The author is a very likes to observe people. He regularly visited different places, so he could see a lot of different people. One day, he met five or six gentleman. They are discussing a topic. Their views are quite different, so their launched a fierce debate. They asked him to comment no. The authors also began to chat with them. Their topic talked about Europe of all ethnic groups of different personalities. There was a British man said: “the Dutch are a parcel of avaricious wretches; the French a set of flattering sycophants; the Germans are drunken sots, and beastly gluttons; and the Spanish proud, haughty, and surly tyrants; but that in bravery, generosity, clemency, and in every other virtue, the English excelled all the world. He thought the British personality best”. Say that finish, all feel very happy. The author was very

    serious. He didn't want to affect the Englishman with ideas of his own happiness. (158 words)

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