Gulliver's Travels

Describe Munodi

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The Balnibarbi Lord who shows Gulliver around and teaches him about why the island is so barren. he is a gentleman and a solicitous host.

The text describes Munodi in this way;

"This lord Munodi was a person of the first rank, and had been some years governor of Lagado; but, by a cabal of ministers, was discharged for insufficiency. However, the king treated him with tenderness, as a well-meaning man, but of a low contemptible understanding."


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