Gulliver’s Travels Questions Book Two: Brobdingnab

  1. What convinces the farmer that Gulliver is a “rational creature”?
  2. What do the three scholars conclude about Gulliver?
  3. How is the king portrayed? The queen?
  4. In what sense is Gulliver diminished in more than size when he meets up with the giant Brobdingnagians? What does the king, for example, think of him? And what does Gulliver come to think of himself?
  5. How does the King react to Gulliver’s description of his native Britain? Is the King’s realm similar to or very different from what Gulliver has described of his own country? About what English invention does Gulliver inform the King? How does the King react to this information?
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