Journey of Gulliver’s Travels is a 1726 prose written by Jonathan Swift. Gulliver’s Travels tells the story of Lemuel Gulliver, a travel-minded Englishman who was trained as a surgeon who sailed to sea when his business failed. Rarely does the narrative of the dying first-person show any signs of self-reflection or a deeply sensitive response, as Gulliver describes the adventures he undertook on these trips.
Journey of Gulliver’s Travels
Voyage 1, Gulliver’s Travels voyage to lilliput, When Gulliver’s journey begins in a storm, he arrives at Lilliput Island, where he sees that he has been captured by the Lilliputians, a very small man about six inches high. Gulliver is treated with compassion and anxiety. Instead, he helps them solve some problems, especially their conflict with their enemies, Blefuscu, an island in the valley from them. Eventually, Gulliver became a national resource, used by the military in the war against the people of Blefuscu, who hated the Lilliputians for ideological differences regarding the correct way of breaking eggs. He urinates and extinguishes the fire in the palace Gulliver became unbiased because he refused to support the emperor’s desire to enslave the Blefuscudians. Gulliver fled to Blefuscu, where he converted a large warship into his own use and set sail from Blefuscu, and was eventually rescued at sea by an English merchant ship and returned to his home in England.
Journey of Gulliver’s Travels
Voyage 2, Gulliver’s Travels voyage to Brobdingnag, Gulliver travels as a ship surgeon, Gulliver, and a small crew is sent to the island in search of water and food. Instead, they face the land of the Giants. As the crew flees, Gulliver is left behind and captured. A farmer captured Gulliver takes him to the farmer’s house where Gulliver is treated kindly, but of course, strangely. The farmer gives his daughter Glumdalclitch as Gulliver’s keeper, and he takes care of Gulliver with great compassion. The farmer takes Gulliver on a trip to the countryside and displays it to the audience. Eventually, the farmer sells Gulliver to the queen. In court, Gulliver meets the king, and the two spend a lot of time discussing the customs and behavior of the Gulliver’s country. In many cases, King is frustrated and disappointed by the selfishness and serenity of listening. Gulliver, on the other hand, defended England. One day, on the beach, Gulliver looks out of his box towards the sea, he is torn by an eagle and finally falls into the sea. A fleeting ship marks the floating Gulliver and rescues Gulliver, eventually sending him back to England and his family.
Gulliver’s Travels is an adventure story indeed, an unfortunate story involving several voyages of the ship’s surgeon Lemuel Gulliver, who lives on many unknown islands due to a perilous series on his way to a recognized port, people of unusual size, behavior, and philosophy, but after each adventure, he can return to his home in England where he recovers from this unusual experience and then sets out again on a new journey.