Gulliver's Travels

HOW DID GULLIVER SURVIVE THE MISFORTUNE CAUSED BY THE MALICE OF A DUTCH SAILOR? WHERE DID HE LAND HIMSELF?

HOW DID GULLIVER SURVIVE THE MISFORTUNE CAUSED BY THE MALICE OF A DUTCH SAILOR? WHERE DID HE LAND HIMSELF?

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The Author leaves Luggnagg and sails to Japan. From thence he returns in a Dutch Ship to Amsterdam, and from Amsterdam to England."After offering Gulliver employment in the court but finally seeing that he is determined to leave, His Majesty gives him license to leave, a letter of recommendation to the Emperor of Japan, and a gift of 444 pieces of gold and a very valuable red diamond. In Japan he is told to trample the crucifix, which all Dutchmen are happy to do, but Gulliver manages to get out of doing so. He takes a ship to Amsterdam and then to England, where he happily returns to his family.

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