The first voyage of gulliver is to the land of Lilliputians which is a political satire criticising various aspects of English society at that time.the emperor of the Lilliputians is presented as an impressive leader,a successful astounding man. The irony here is pointed at George the first of England, who seems to lack these qualities. However the Lilliputians have the same faults as their human counter in other instances . This is evident when emperor holds a speech about his great leniency and tenderness when he is about to do something cruel like invading the Kingdom of the blefuscu and when he orders gulliver's eyes to be taken from him . Gulliver also observes that the emperor of Lilliputians chooses his ministers not on their ability to govern but their ability to walk on a tight rope. The Lilliputians though smaller a than gulliver had the power to control him . Similarly England though a small country of Europe successfully established the control over whole Europe
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Similarly England being a small country established control over whole Europe
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its only part one.
On first voyage he get in the lilliputians land hten on second hte land of giant.

1st voyage
In the first voyage, he is the only person to reach land after a shipwreck. He awakes to find himself tied down by tiny men; these are the Lilliputians. A Hurgo  supervises them. Gulliver agrees to cooperate, and is untied and taken to the capital where he meets Lilliput’s Emperor. He agrees to serve the Lilliputians, and is granted partial freedom in return. Gulliver prevents an invasion from Lilliput’s enemy, Blefuscu, by stealing the enemy’s ships and is given a high title of honor. He makes friends and enemies at court and learns details of Lilliputian society. After putting out a fire in the palace by urinating on it, he is accused of high treason through polluting the palace. He is sentenced to be blinded and starved. However, Gulliver escapes to Blefuscu, finds a boat, sails out to sea, and is picked up by an English ship.

2nd voyage
The second voyage is to Brobdingnag, a land of Giants where Gulliver seems as small as the Lilliputians were to him. Gulliver is afraid, but his keepers are surprisingly gentle. He is humiliated by the King when he is made to see the difference between how England is and how it ought to be. Gulliver realizes how revolting he must have seemed to the Lilliputians.he was treated like a little stuffed living thing.he was used by the giant for earning money too but the queen stoped this.
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Well u need to relate it with the English society !
Because the entire book is a Satire