in gulliver's travels after gulliver brings the enemy ships to the lilliputian prince the prince's request prompts gulliver to make the generalization that all rulers are?
It seems in Chapter 13, that Gulliver's attitude toward woman is that of a man heavily put upon. Women, around Gulliver, always seem to be catching him up in some sort of difficulty, or losing him, or causing some other unfortunate episode. [ [ As such, Gulliver's attitude is one of weary acceptance, like a dog being overly-pet by small children. ] ]