Gulliver's Travels - Part Two, Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3

One day the Queen of Brobdingnag comes by to offer the Farmer a large sum of gold for Gulliver. The Farmer has already decided to make as much off of Gulliver, and since he is getting sickly the Farmer accepts the Queen’s offer. Gulliver says he will do as the Queen wishes as long as the daughter of the Farmer will still watch over him. The Queen gives him his request and takes him and the daughter to the palace. Before they leave, the Queen asks Gulliver why he was so cold in his goodbye to his former master. Gulliver replies that he is upset because the Farmer used him and didn’t have any use for him but to make money. The Queen had him also say this in front of the King who thought that he was...

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