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- Brobdingnag is a fictional land, which is occupied by giants, in Jonathan Swift's 1726 satirical novel Gulliver's Travels. The story's main character...
- peninsula on the western coast of the North American continent. The gr**** of Brobdingnag is as tall as a tree. He is then found by a farmer who is about 72 ft...
- 1685-1688) and later to the East Indies and West Indies (c. 1690-1696). In Brobdingnag, he compares a loud sound to the Niagara Falls, so presumably he visited...
- Gulliver continues to spin his tale. His Lilliputian raft crashes in Brobdingnag, a land po****ted by Giants. He is found by Farmer Grultrud (Ned Beatty)...
- Was said to be ten feet tall, with "a countenance of perfect beauty". Brobdingnag giant, from Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels Paul Bunyan (American...
- Patterson as Reldresal, Jo Morrow as Gwendolyn, Mary Ellis as the Queen of Brobdingnag, Marian Spencer as the Empress of Lilliput, Peter Bull as Lord Bermogg...
- Christmas in Brobdingnag, Vol 1 is a short set of Christmas songs infused with the Bards' unique style. The band kept to their standard autoharp/recorder...
- of good and bad societies. Of the countries Lemuel Gulliver visits, Brobdingnag and Country of the Houyhnhnms approach a utopia; the others have significant...
- Leaving there, he travels to the land of Brobdingnag. In Lilliput, Gulliver was a giant, and in Brobdingnag, he is a dwarf, with the proportions reversed...
- include Lilliputians and Brobdingnagians, from the islands of Lilliput and Brobdingnag in the satire Gulliver's Travels. In a few cases, where a linguistic...
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