Help with Questions to Gulliver’s Travels Part II: What is unusual about the inhabitants of Brobdingnag

 

  1. What is unusual about the inhabitants of Brobdingnag when we contrast them physically with the people of Europe?
  2. How tall is the farm-laborer in Brobdingnag who finds Gulliver in the wheat field?
  3. To what family member does the farmer entrust Gulliver as a “pet”?
  4. How does the farmer make money from his “pet,” Gulliver?
  5. After Gulliver’s health takes a turn for the worst, to whom does he sell Gulliver?
  6. What is the King of Brobdingnag’s conclusion about the nature of Gulliver’s race when Gulliver explains the policies of his human civilization?

 

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