Character sketch gulliver
Master Horse: Gulliver befriends one Houyhnhnm, who he calls his master. She is thrilled to take Gulliver under her care as his nanny and never leaves his side for his entire stay in Brobdingnag. Swift reinforces the idea of the giant's moral superiority by having Gulliver identify the English with the Lilliputians.
Clothes and Money Swift demonstrates Gulliver's final awakening to the vanity and stupidity of the world in very clear, practical terms. First, Gulliver's medium-class birth means that he is pretty flexible in terms of the social circles he moves in. Because of his tiny size, his belief that he can control Gulliver seems silly, but his willingness to execute his subjects for minor reasons of politics or honor gives him a frightening aspect.
This association also makes Gulliver ridiculous. His first voyage leaves him shipwrecked and alone in Lilliput, a land where he is a giant compared to everyone else.
Character sketch of king of brobdingnag
Clothes and Money Swift demonstrates Gulliver's final awakening to the vanity and stupidity of the world in very clear, practical terms. His power and majesty impress Gulliver deeply, but to us he appears both laughable and sinister. Brobdingnagians are basically a reasonable and kindly people governed by a sense of justice. Flimnap is clearly paranoid, since the possibility of a love affair between Gulliver and a Lilliputian is wildly unlikely. After his second return to England, Gulliver leaves home again to discover the floating island of Laputa and its continental cities below in Balnibarbi. His attitudes when he arrives in London make him a source of derision, for Gulliver seeks to change his basic nature by thinking; reason becomes the sole guide of his life. She is mentioned only during his rare time in England. They repel Gulliver with their lascivious sexual appetites, especially when an eleven-year-old Yahoo girl attempts to rape Gulliver as he is bathing naked.
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