The Lilliputian band plays for Gulliver after he is pardoned from a conviction.
Giant birds eyeing Gulliver in the town of Brobdingnag.
After being rescued at sea, Gulliver gives the Captain a giant's tooth in return for his civilities.
The Queen's dwarf out of malice places Gulliver in a bowl of cream during dinner in Brobdingnag.
The Queen of Brobdingnag's malicious dwarf violently shakes the apples off a tree in hopes to hurt the…
A giant ealge flies while holding Gulliver's little box, taking him over the sea.
The lilliputian Emperor arriving on horseback to visit Gulliver at his house.
Gulliver being pestered by giant flies during the summer at Brobdingnag.
As Gulliver rows in the miniature boat made for him by the Queen of Brobdingnag, a giant frog leaps…
Gulliver has reached the land of giants, called Brobdingnag. The giants gather around him in curiosity.
Gulliver leaving Lilliput and beginning his voyage to Bobdingnag.
Gulliver's giant hand letting the imprisoned men of Lilliput go.
One of the giants in Brobdingnag picks Gulliver up to get a closer look.
Gulliver kissing the Empress's hand through her window.
Gulliver trying to get to shore after his shipwreck.
Gulliver sitting on a building in Lilliput with all the Lilliputians gathered around him.
Gulliver tied down with Lilliputians around him and soldiers on him with spears.
Gulliver helping the lilliputians in thier war against the people of Blefuscu.
Gulliver is sad as he is about to leave Lilliput.
A view of Gulliver strapped to te ground with ligatures across his body. With curiosity the inhabitants…
Gulliver bound by the Lilliputians.
Gulliver brings in the drifting boat.
The baby seizes Gulliver.
Gulliver returns to England.
Gulliver on a dinning table, with the giants of Brobdingnag, looking at a very large cat.
Gulliver sitting in a chair, having a conversation with the King of Brobdingnag.
Gulliver is discovered at sea by a crew of Englishmen, who help him out of his box.
The queen had built for Gulliver a first rate boat by the joiner for the palace. It was a miniature,…
Gulliver takes the enemy's fleet, the Blefuscudians, and victoriously drags them into the royal port…
Gulliver riding a horse around the foot of a giant in Brobdingnag.
Gulliver being a gentleman towards a giant maid in Brobdingnag.
Gulliver draws his sword to defend himself against a giant rat in Brobdngnag.
The Queen of Brobdingnag thought Gulliver was a coward for his fearfulness.
A production of 900 men and 1500 horses were brought together to transport Gulliver to the Metropolis,…
From Swift's Gulliver's Travels, Gulliver finds himself in the land of Brobdingnag, where the people…
Gulliver's watch is being taken away. From Gulliver's Travels by Dean Swift.
From Gulliver's Travels by Dean Swift.
The end of Gulliver's voyages, his possesions remain on his desk.
Lilliputians surround Gulliver's head trying to decide what to do with him.
Gulliver at six inches with farm animals, compared to a giant's foot.
Gulliver in the Emperor's court having his liberty granted upon certain conditions.
In the land of giants, Gulliver is carried in a box by his master on a market-day to a neighboring town.
Gulliver gets a boat ready to sail to England.
Gulliver in Lilliput sitting on the grass speaking to an inhabitant.
The Queens dwarf maliciously sqeezes Gulliver's legs into a hollow marrow bone durning dinner.
A monkey had ventured towards Gulliver's mini house. After discovering Gulliver, the monkey grabs him…
A giant in Brobdingnag with her baby. The baby trying to stick Gulliver in his mouth.
Gulliver shows the Lilliputians his gold pocketwatch. Never seeing anything like it before they believed…
The Queen of brobdignag quickly becomes fond of Gulliver. She holds him in her hand showing him around…
After arriving at the King of Brobdingnag's court, Gulliver is analyzed by three of the King's scholars.
A Brobdingnag soldier on his horse, glancing down Gulliver in his tiny size.
Gulliver being used as a national resource in the lilliputians war against thier enemy. Looking through…
Gulliver on a contrived wooden ladder, built just for him so he could read the giant books of Brobdingnag.