the Queen quickly fell in love with Gulliver and decided to buy him from the farmer. she even makes Gulliver his own box; a form of a small house with small sized table, chairs, bed, knife and fork, suitable for Gulliver's size. during these times, Gulliver faced a lot of misfortunes such asencountering a huge rat, fighting giant wasps, and even got carried away by a monkey. he also discusses political matters with the King, and somehow the King wasn't pleased with Gulliver's statements.
on a day when Gulliver was brought to the seaside, his box somehow floats in the sea, and got picked up by people on a ship. which brings him safely back to England.
i only wrote 2 voyages, because i thought it would be too long to write all 4 voyages. for those who are curious about the rest of the book, you can read the book :)
as i've said, the book had an amazing idea and great imagination in creating Lilliput, Brobdingnag, and other places invented in the story. but i didn't feel satisfied enough with the book, because it wasn't as exciting as i thought it would be. and in these two voyages, there are many talks of politics (which isn't my favorite topic); making me a little bit bored during some parts of the book. the story is written in a first person point of view. since the Lilliputians and people in Brobdingnag doesn't speak English, there are no dialogues, at all. and it bores me out sometimes, i f