Monday, December 14, 2009

Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift, reviewed by Chaitanya

Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift

Reviewed by
Name: Chaitanya (13 years)
School: Golden Heights School, Gurgaon, Haryana

Gulliver was a boy who traveled many strange voyages. The most famous of them is the voyage to liliput. HE was in an ocean with his crew suddenly because of the storm every one died just he was alive. Then he found himself in a strange island where people were just 6 inches high. First Gulliver frightened them but when he helped them in a battle from their enemies when he comes back he showed people of England that cattle’s he had bought from liliput. Unfortunately one of them was eaten by a mouse. Another voyage – he goes to a land where people were so big that he was looking a 6 inches high. He escaped many disasters there and return with the help of some girds. In third voyage he goes to such a place where horses were treating humans as their salves. They can speak like humans and were very intelligent. Humans were their salves. When Gulliver their he was wearing clothes everyone was looking that there is something magical in it. As no one there was in habit of wearing clothes. In fact there was no clothes. People and horses thought that it is his skin. When the horse saw Gulliver without shirt and he forced him to remove them but he was very shy. This was the most exciting lines in the whole book from my opinion as well. Gulliver came back he had earned enough money he goes with his family to their house in London. And lived happily. A very interesting and funny book.

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