Help with Questions to Gulliver’s Travels Part IV Chapter XII: Why does Gulliver think it would be a bad idea to attack
- Why does Gulliver think it would be a bad idea to attack the Lilliputians? The Brobdingnagians? the Flying Island?
- Where does Gulliver allow his wife to sit when he starts dining with her again?
- What is the one fault in humanity that Gulliver cannot be patient with–even though he is not provoked by pickpockets, fools, gamesters, whoremongers, lawyers, colonels, and physicians?
- In his letter to cousin Sympson, Gulliver lists several alterations the printer has made to Gulliver’s book. Name one that Gulliver complains about.
Asked on 20.06.2017 in English Literature.