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Gulliver's Travels
Jonathan swift

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This movie is a great movie for me because it shows that Gulliver is an educated man by his schooling and apprenticeship, and have a good knowledge of the sea. Because of his attitude many of Lilliputians love Gulliver, I thought from the start that I would hate this movie from the moment I heard and watch this movie. I was wrong because Gulliver's have a good attitude and good humor. From the time that I watch the movie, I was surprise because, I didn't expect that the Lilliputians' are very small people — approximately six inches in height. . Gulliver is treated with compassion and concern. In turn, he helps them solve some of their problems, especially their conflict with their enemy, Blefuscu, an island across the bay from them. Gulliver's falls from favor, however he think a second though to help the Lilliputians'.

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Submitted by:

SHARMAINE ARQUISOLA
Adams-3

Submitted to:

MR. JE CLARE F. DELACRUZ
Teacher

October 2012

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Introduction
The story begins with Jonathan Swift's  most noted works is Gulliver's Travels. Gulliver's Travels is in fact the only work by Swift known to nearly all English readers. Gulliver's Travels is a narrative fiction and a supreme example of the art of storytelling. Gulliver's Travels concerns society and politics, and of all Swift's writings is the clearest in vision; the most tolerant in mood; the most complete reflection of his political moral; and intellectual outlook upon man as a member of the social order. The travels of Gulliver is also interest in tales and voyage. The story begins with Captain Gulliver telling his tale. It is done in a narrative form,  Gulliver explains in the beginning, to  his cousin who was serving as a transcriber and publicist, that his interpretations and changes in the original version would cause uncertainties and differences in that of the actual voyage and happenings. Captain Gulliver is therefore explaining to the reader that all events in his voyages may differ in fact and detail to how he recorded it and what actually happened. The story of Captain Gulliver's many voyages across the oceans with insight to pauses of his life on shore, and a history of his family and financial stature. The story indicates that Gulliver is an educated man by his schooling and apprenticeship, and his keen knowledge of the sea. Whether the story can be written from fact or just satire and good humor, Gulliver's Travel is a great adventure story packed to the binding with life, adventure, politics, and humor. Captain Gulliver's life travel is just that; the travels of one man. another man's travel may be of no importance or worth recording, but captain Gulliver is a voyage of life, his life.

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Character List:
Gulliver -A traveler and an adventurer.
The emperor -  The ruler of Lilliput. 
The farmer -  Gulliver’s first master in Brobdingnag.
Glumdalclitch -  The farmer’s nine-year-old daughter, who is forty feet tall.  The queen -  The queen of Brobdingnag.
The king -  The king of Brobdingnag
Lord Munodi -  A lord of Lagado 
Brobdingnagians -  Giants whom Gulliver meets on his second voyage.  Laputans -  Absentminded intellectuals who live on the floating island of Laputa, encountered by Gulliver on his third voyage.  Richard Sympson -  Gulliver’s cousin.

Flimnap -  The Lord High Treasurer of Lilliput.
Setting:
During Gulliver’s stay in Lilliput, the work’s most popular section, Swift depicts a common childhood fantasy-a world proportioned for very small people, the tallest being only about six inches. In Lilliput a child’s fascination with dolls or toy soldiers comes to life as Gulliver plays the role of benevolent giant for a little people who have exaggerated ideas about their self-importance. In contrast, when Gulliver reaches the land of Brobdingnag he finds himself surrounded by a race of giants, making him feel like a Lilliputian. In both worlds, Gulliver finds that he must use...
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