Examines the evolution of Gulliver’s character in Part Four.
Gulliver was the third of five children. His first adventure begins when he wakes upon a beach after a shipwreck. When he awakes, he finds that there are hundreds of ropes tied around his entire body. He has been captured by little people; no more than an inch tall, called Lilliputians. The Lilliputians are not afraid to use their weapons against him. He is given food by the Lilliputians, enough to feed a thousand of these tiny people. Gulliver is then transported on a wagon, by over a thousand Lilliputians, to their emperor. At first, he is taken to the emperor for the emperor’s entertainment; a moment later, however, he is convicted for having put out the fire with his urine.
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