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Q: 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?
A: 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. ] ]
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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 greedy.

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