Summary Of Four Voyages In 'Gulliver's Travels'

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In the novel Gulliver’s travels, Gulliver goes on four voyages which are preceded by a storm in which lead him to Lilliput,Brobdingnag,Laputa, and Houyhnhnms. The first voyage in the Gulliver’s travels is Liliput. After further reading, the audience realizes that the people of Lilliput are simply petty notwithstanding the Lilliputians petite 6 inch size. Despite their tough and aggressive manner towards Gulliver, Lilliputians seem to be very much accommodating. Nonetheless, he is used to fight a war against the Blefuscu people. However, Gulliver is soon to be convicted of treason for his inadequate actions towards the royal palace. Fortunately, he was able to find a ship in Blefuscu where he escaped to then mend the ship and sailed back to England. After two months in England, the next stop is to Brobdingnag, a land of giants. A field worker encounters Gulliver and treated him indifferently simply detaining him for amusement purposes. Eventually, he is sold to the queen of Brobdingnag but soon learns how unpleasant the people are. One day he went on an excursion to the frontier where his cage is picked up by an eagle and plunged into the sea. After an attack by pirates, he lands in Laputa, where there is a floating island called Balnibarbi. Gulliver is able to sail back to Japan and from there to England after a visit to the Luggnaggians and the Struldbrugs. Finally, as captain of the ship, he lands in an unknown land which are occupied by Houyhnhnms and by Yahoos who serve

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