Gulliver's Travels - Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary

Due to the farmer's greed for more money, he is overworking Gulliver and Gulliver is getting ill. The farmer thinks that he will die soon, so he picks up the pace so that he can make as much money as he can. It is at this time that the queen hears about him and wants to see him. The queen is so delighted with him that she buys him from the farmer. Gulliver asks that the farmer's daughter be allowed to stay on as his nurse. The queen agrees, and then the farmer departs. The queen notices that Gulliver does not like his former owner and asks why. Gulliver tells her of the ill treatment and laments about how he is glad to be where he is.

The queen is impressed with him and takes Gulliver in to see the king. The king first thinks...

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