Classic / British English Gulliver travels across the sea from England and has an accident. He arrives in a country of very, very small people. What will they do with him? How will he talk to them? And why are the Big-enders fighting the Little-enders?
Gulliver was a sailor. He made a lot of money trading on the seas, but his money was no help when he was shipwrecked. He had two adventures in two strange lands. He visited the kingdom of Lilliput and the empire of Blefuscu. All the people were only six inches tall. He lived there for a while but it was dangerous.
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