Gulliver's Travels Class 9th e-book in English by Arihant PublicationsThe story appealing the children for its fictional quotient made of wonderful creatures ranging in size from a few inches to several feet, flying island, etc. Following is the synopsis of each story:. Gulliver, a surgeon on a merchandising ship, finds himself to be the lone survivor after a shipwreck on an unknown shore where he falls asleep out of weariness. The next morning, he wakes up to find himself bound by tiny threadlike ropes and surrounded by a crowd of people, less than 6 inches high. Gulliver also assists the king in a war with their enemies, the Blefuscidians, by depriving them of their entire feet but refuses to help the king in enslaving them.
CBSE class 9 English Gulliver’s Travels Novel – Text – Based Important Questions Solved
Question 1: Describe Lemuel Gulliver as a narrator and an observer of new lands, people and their practices. Or Attempt a character sketch of Lemuel Gulliver. No doubt, he is a fictitious character invented by Swift. But he impresses us as a detached and impartial observer and critic of mankind. Gulliver is also a sharp critic of the political, social, cultural and religious institutions and practices of his own country.
Gulliver, a married surgeon from Nottinghamshire, England, is someone who loves traveling. He works as a surgeon on ships and lands up becoming a ship captain. There is a storm before every journey. An adventurer and traveler. He is a spectator of other beings and various cultures. They are the sworn enemies of the Lilliputians. And they live on a neighbouring island.
The Malice of a Dutch-man. His arrival at an Island. He is received into Laputa. After being at home for only ten days, Gulliver is visited by a ship captain who invites him on a voyage departing in two months. Gulliver convinces his wife that this is a good opportunity and sets off, again working as the surgeon. After they sail for three days, a storm arises, driving the ship to the north-northeast, where they are attacked by pirates.
Gulliver's Travels Class 9th