The Farmer’s Servant: the giant Brobdingnagian, who picks up Gulliver and takes him to his master
The Farmer: Brobdingnagian who exhibits Gulliver as a curiosity
The Farmer’s Wife: at first disgusted by Gulliver as though he were a spider, later sympathetic to him
Glumdalclitch: meaning “little nurse” in Brobdingnagian; the farmer’s daughter, whose pet Gulliver becomes, and who continues to take care of him after he is bought by the Queen of Brobdingnag
Gulliver sails for India (specifically Surat),...
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