In his first voyage, Gulliver is washed ashore after a shipwreck and finds
himself a prisoner of a race of tiny people, less than 6 inches tall, who
are inhabitants of the island country of Lilliput. After giving assurances of
his good behavior, he is given a residence in Lilliput and becomes a
favorite of the court. He is also given the permission to roam around the
city on a condition that he must not harm their subjects. Gulliver assists
the Lilliputians to subdue their neighbors, the Blefuscudians, by stealing
their fleet. However, he refuses to reduce the island nation of Blefuscu
to a province of Lilliput, displeasing the King and the court. Gulliver is
charged with treason for, among other "crimes", "making water" in the
capital (even though he was putting out a fire and saving countless
lives.) He is convicted and sentenced to be blinded, but with the
assistance of a kind friend, he escapes to Blefuscu. Here he spots and
retrieves an abandoned boat and sails out to be rescued by a passing
ship, which safely takes him back home.
SUMMARY OF PART 1
After 10 months of returning from
Lilliput he again went on a sail named
“Adventure” on June 20,1702 as a doctor
On the way near Africa he met with a
storm and reached Brobdingnag.
There he met giants.
There he saw many huge things like:
grasses of 20 ft. tall, path which looked like
high road, corns of 40 ft. tall.
•He hides in grass but was found by some giants
•They were astonished to see him.
•Then those giants took him to their master.
•The giants master asked them whether they
have seen creature like Gulliver before.
•Then that giant master took Gulliver to his wife.
•His wife is frightened of Gulliver.
•The servant of the giant master then serves
dinner to them.
Gulliver sits on the table near farmers plate.
They gave him tiny bits of their food, and he pulled out
his knife and fork to eat, which delighted the giants.
The farmer’s son then picked Gulliver up and scared
him, but the farmer took Gulliver from the boy’s hands
and stroked his son. Gulliver made a sign that the boy
should be forgiven, and kissed his hand.
After dinner, the farmer’s wife let Gulliver nap in her
When he wake up he found two rats attacking him,
and he defended himself with his “hanger,” or sword.
• GULLIVER: The voyager ,adventurous as he again went on a
sail after the incidence of Lilliput.
• THE REAPER AND THE FARMER: They were astonished to
see gulliver.Reaper found him and took him to the farmer.
Farmer introduced him to his family and ask them to take
care of him.
• FARMERS WIFE: She was first scared of Gulliver but
afterwards she loved him.
• FARMERS SON: He loved to trouble Gulliver by holding him
up by the legs.
CONCLUSION OF PART II
When the sailing ship “Adventure” was blown off course by storms and
forced to put into land for want of fresh water, Gulliver was abandoned by
his companions and founded by a farmer who is 72 feet (22 m) tall .
Gulliver estimated a man's step being 10 yards (9.1 m). He brought
Gulliver home and his daughter cared for Gulliver. The farmer treated him
as a curiosity and exhibits him for money. Since Gulliver was too small to
use their huge chairs, beds, knives and forks, the queen commissions a
small house to be built for him so that he could be carried around in it was
referred to as his 'travelling box'. In between small adventures such as
fighting giant wasps and being carried to the roof by a monkey, he
discussed the state of Europe with the King. The King was not happy with
Gulliver's accounts of Europe, especially upon learning of the use of guns
and cannons. On a trip to the seaside, his travelling box was seized by a
giant eagle which dropped Gulliver and his box into the sea, where he was
picked up by some sailors, who returned him to England.