Gulliver's Travels - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 8 Summary

Gulliver grows weary and is in want of his freedom. Gulliver stays in the country for two years and it is while he was on the coast with the royals in his box that an eagle picks up the box and him with it. The eagle drops the box into the sea and he is then found by a passing ship and taken aboard. Gulliver wants his chairs, hammock, and the table to be brought out as a way to prove that he is not a mad man. The captain tells him that it has been destroyed. Therefore, he brings out the combs and other stuff he had collected and that proves to the captain he is not mad. The ship sails into England, nine months after his escape and he goes home to his wife who implores him not to go back to sea...

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