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Change in Gulliver Character of four Voyages.

Change in Gulliver Character of four Voyages.

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Change in Gulliver Character of four Voyages.

  1. 1. M.K. University Bhavnagar.  Name: Joshi Tejasvi A  Class: Sem:-01  Roll No. 24  Paper No.02 Neo- Classical Literature  Year:- 2015-16  Topic:-Change in Gulliver Character of four Voyages.  Submitted To: M.K. University, Bhavnagar. Department of English.
  2. 2. Change Gulliver Character in Four Voyages  Introduction  Characters are central to the plot of any story, and especially longer fiction. It is a little difficult to talk of Gulliver as a full- fledged character in Gulliver’s Travels. Gulliver who narrates his experiences throughout the four parts of the novel.
  3. 3. First Voyage to Lilliput  His first voyage leaves him shipwrecked and alone in Lilliput, a land where he is Giant compared to everyone else. The people of the Island who are not more than six inches tall.
  4. 4. Second Voyage to Brobdingnag  The second voyage begins in the ship called adventure Brobdingnag is a Island of giant, where Gulliver is the relative size of a Lilliputian. Gulliver, In the company of the sailor, arrives at the cape of good hope where he stays for some time before setting sail again.
  5. 5. Third Voyage to Laputa  In third voyage he is normal man.  The third voyage begins to discover the floating Island of Laputa and its continental cities below in Balnibarbi, he visits Luggnagg and Glubbdubdrib, discovering secrets of past histories and cultures, and the horrors of immortality.
  6. 6. Fourth voyage to Houyhnhnms  In forth voyage Gulliver become abnormal man.  On his forth and final journey, Gulliver is sprung upon the Houyhnhnms, a ruling society of horses. Where people are the lower, inferior, slave- like species.  These inferiors-yahoos are dirty, detestable creatures who bear a striking resemblance to Gulliver. Conclusion These four adventures change Gulliver forever, bringing him new perspectives on the laws of humanity and stark commentary on the ways of European life. Gulliver also learns languages of four Voyages.

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