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Gulliver's Travels

Summary: Reviews the Jonathan Swift book, Gulliver's Travels. Describes the story's plot. Provides a character study of Gulliver.
Gulliver's experiences in Lilliput impact significantly on his attitude towards the Lilliputians.

In the beginning of 'The voyage to Lilliput' when Gulliver awakens in Lilliput he was confused by his surroundings and in awe of the Lillputians. Even though Gulliver realises his strength and height domination over the Lilliputians he still feels as though he is a victim of multiple strength. He seems to be impressed by them as well. Swift see's Gulliver as being very niave and gullible. Swift also thinks he is tolerent, respectful, weak and vain. Gulliver is easy to impress and quick to forgive. Gulliver degrades himself, so swift thinks. By the end of 'The voyage to Lilliput' Gulliver finally realises how niave he has been. He now see's that he was used by these people that he trusted, he also felt abused by them. He is ready to leave Lilliput, which is evidence...

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