Chapter: English Literature During The Restoration And The Eighteenth Century
I inked this one on paper. You can probably tell if you're paying enough attention.
Anyway, Gulliver - being the wildly irresponsible father and terrible husband that he is - instantly hops onto another boat and sails off for another year-long excursion, simply because he has a lust for adventure. Jerk. Eventually his boat finds the island of the giant guys with the name I can't spell. It starts with a "B." A small group paddles to shore to explore, and while Gulliver is admiring the local fauna, the other sailors totally ditch him and head back to the ship. It really isn't - as Nicholle notes - very cool. Still, they had a pretty good reason, what with the sixty-foot dude standing by the beach. I'd probably flee in terror too.
If you're curious, the scale on the Island That Starts With B is roughly 10 to 1, as opposed to Lilliput's 1 to 12. That said, Swift's text isn't nearly as accurate to that calculation as it was in the first part.
Author: Jonathan Swift • Year: 1726, Amended 1735 • Info:Wikipedia
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Lit Brick is a comic started by Jodie Troutman in an effort to read the entire Norton Anthology of English Literature. Having eventually succeeded in that goal, it now features comics about all manner of random literature. And yeah, they're all pretty dumb.