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Q: In the story from Gulliver s Travels of how the dispute arose between the Big-Endians and the Little-Endians, the chief objects of Swift s satire are a. triviality and pettiness. c. arrogance and
pomposity. b. ignorance and superstition. d. religion and principle.
A: In the story from Gulliver???s Travels of how the dispute arose between the Big-Endians and the Little-Endians, the chief objects of Swift???s satire are c. arrogance and pomposity.
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