Gulliver's Travels

Briefly describe Gullivers character based on his experience with the lilliputians and Bleufusceans.

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From these first few sections, we can infer that Gulliver is an adventurer. He easy to talk to, knowledgeable, and a gracious guest.... well liked by the Emperors of both kingdoms. Gilliver is an honorable man and keeps his promises. He is willing to learn, as we see him learning new languages, both quickly and efficiently. He is helpful, conscious of others wishes, and because of his refusal to destroy Blefuscu, we can also infer that he has a conscience.