Chapter 2,part 2
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The farmer is Gulliver's introduction to Brobdingnag . Once Gulliver is brought to the farmer's house, many challenges await him because of his lack of power in this land. A mere baby threatens his life, as do two common rats. In these chapters we again see Gulliver as less than heroic. Gulliver relies on the protection of a young girl who tucks him into a doll's cradle at night. Gulliver survives and thrives only partly on the basis of his good manners. For the most part, he is a pet and a curiosity. .