asdasdsin Gulliver's second voyage, he was again traveling on a ship. and because they were desperate for water, they went to a land. but somehow Gulliver was left behind; leaving him found by a farmer, who's 72 feet tall. he was then brought home by the farmer, and Gulliver was being taken care of by a young girl. the farmer, finding Gulliver very unique and interesting, presents Gulliver in front of a huge crowd for money. soon, the words spread and reaches the Queen of Brobdingnag. she wanted to see the show.
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
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