Gulliver's Travels

Gulivers gentless and good behaviour pave the way for getting his liberty. How far is this statement true? Discuss

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I think this is generally true. Gulliver could have easily crushed the Liliputians when they were shooting arrows at his eyes. Because Gulliver has been behaving so well, the emperor, his court, and the general population are beginning to trust him. Gulliver also has made a great deal of progress in learning the language and learning about the culture he is now such a large part of. Gulliver refuses to become a weapon for the Liliputians or the Blefuscudians.