Gulliver's Travels

state the circumstances which separate gulliver from captain robinson and leave him in a sloop with fourteen man.

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After they sail for three days, a storm arises, driving the ship to the north-northeast, where they are attacked by pirates. They are unable to defend themselves. Gulliver insults the captain of the pirate ship and as punishment is set adrift in "a small Canoe, with Paddles and a Sail, and four Days Provisions."