Gulliver's Travels

describe the character of brobdingnagian farmer stating his merits and demerits.

This question is from part -2 'A voyage to brobdingnag' chapter 1

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The farmer takes great care of Gulliver at first, protecting him from his environment and the dangers around him.... let's face it, being tiny in a world of giants introduced new dangers at every turn. Unfortunately, the farmer sees Gulliver as an financial wonder and decides to travel around the kingdom where Gulliver performs numerous shows per day for paying customers. In his greed, the farmer ignores Gulliver's health, which quickly deteriorates. In the end, the farmer sells Gulliver because he hasn't long to live.


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