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Gulliver's Travels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary

Gulliver sets out on his next voyage two months after he arrives back in England because he has been promised double the pay he usually gets. On this voyage, they are captured by two pirate ships. Gulliver figures out that one of the pirates is a Dutchman and he talks to him in Dutch. The captain of the larger pirate ship comes and talks with him and tells him he will not die. Then he aggravates the Dutchman and is put out to sea with eight days rations. Gulliver sails from island to island for five days and he then finds an island in the air. Gulliver motions to the people on the flying ship and it is brought close to him. Gulliver tries to talk to the people, but they cannot understand each other's language though they see that he is in distress and...

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