Help with Questions to Gulliver’s Travels Part IV Chapter XII: Why does Gulliver think it would be a bad idea to attack

 

  1. Why does Gulliver think it would be a bad idea to attack the Lilliputians? The Brobdingnagians? the Flying Island?
  2. Where does Gulliver allow his wife to sit when he starts dining with her again?
  3. 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?
  4.  In his letter to cousin Sympson, Gulliver lists several alterations the printer has made to Gulliver’s book. Name one that Gulliver complains about.

 

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