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GULLIVER'S TRAVELSwere written by Dean Swift; they are stories of peopleand places which all belong to the kingdom of " Make-believe," as Fairy Tales do.Gulliver (the book tells us) was a doctor, who went tosea in a ship called the "Antelope." He was wreckedin a great storm, but managed to swim on shore, andlanded in the country of Lilliput, the people of whichwere as small as fairies, being only as tall as Gulliver'slittle finger was long. But when the poor ma, landedhe did not know where he was, and being tiid fellasleep on the grass. When he awoke, he found hiif 5fastened to the earth by numbers of tiny threads, whilethe little people were walking all over him!These tiny men, however, were not unkind, thoughthey kept Gulliver prisoner for a little while. TheirEmperor would not let anyone hurt him, and once, whensix wicked little men shot arrows at his face, he gavethem to Gulliver to punish. But the kind Englishmanwould not hurt them; he put five in his coat pocket,and frightened the last by pretending that he was goingto eat him up. Then, when the mannikin begged formercy, he set him safely on the ground and let the othersout of his pocket. The Emperor was glad to see thatthe "Man-mountain," as they called Gulliver, was goodand kind, and from that time he was treated well bythe little people, who fed him and took care of him.SThe Baldwin LibraryS, ivr-ity1 mB ,-.,
GULLIVER FRIGHTENS THE UNCIVIL LILLIPUTIAN BY PRETENDINGTO EAT HIM UP.
GULLIVER AWAKES AND FINDS HIMSELF A PRISONER.2
THE EMPEROR OF LILLIPUT ORDERS GULLIVELR TO STAND AS A COLOSSUS,WHILE THE LILLIPUTIAN ARMY MARCHES BETWEEN HIS FEET.3
THE EMPEROR OF LILLIPUT DINING WITH GULLIVER4
GULLIVER IN THE HANDS OF A LITTLE GIRL OF BROBDINGNAG.5
THE QUEEN OF BROBDINGNAG EXHIBITS GULLIVER TO THE KINGAS A WONDERFUL DWARF.6
GULLIVER IN HIS BOAT; THE QUEEN OF BROBDINGNAG GIVING HIMA GALE OF WIND WITH HER FAN.7
4\THE QUEEN'S FORLER DWARF SElAKES SOME APPLET DOWN OVERG-ULLIVER.8'~ ~ *; '.~~Q :. " ..-* *8. :-^ .,. *.1': .. ^.. -.;. ..,. .. ^ .' .-.-.: *. ,- .. : .'
GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.At last, after many adventures, Gulliver found anempty boat on the sea, and in it managed to escapeto an English ship, in which he returned to London.Some time afterwards Gulliver went to sea again. Astorm once more blew the ship out of her right course,and they reached the country of the Giants, called "Brob-dingnag." Here Gulliver, who had landed with somesailors to get water, was accidentally left on shore, andfound himself in a field of wheat, the stalks of whichwere forty feet high. He lay down amongst it, and waspicked up by a reaper, who carried him to the farmer asa curious animal. This giant carried Gulliver home onhis hand, and gave him to his little daughter Glumda-ditch for a plaything. Gulliver seemed as small tothese people as the Lilliputians had appeared to him.He was shown about as a curiosity, till at last theQueen bought him of the farmer, and he lived at court.His little nurse was kept to take care of him. The pic-tures will show you how he lived amongst these giants,who were very kind, good people.At last an eagle carried away the box in which hewas kept,-it was a kind of large doll's house,-bhandle, and dropped it in theunglish shi
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