Gulliver's Travels - Part Two, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1

Just like the voyage aboard the Antelope, the new boat called Adventure, hits a storm and they end up sending a crew to an island for bearings. Once on land the crew sees a giant man at least sixty feet tall and they all rush back so fast that they end up leaving Gulliver behind. Gulliver runs into a corn field, where the corn stalks are almost 40ft tall. He can’t make much headway in it so he lays down for a while. Eventually a scythe comes a little close for comfort, and in fear of being killed Gulliver screams out. The Giant picks him up and discerns he is a thinking animal and takes him to the big farm boss. Gulliver starts calling him master, and the farmer ends up taking him back to his home where the...

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