Gulliver's Travels

which optipn were debated in the royal councils about the course of action towards Gulliver

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Feeding Gulliver would be very expensive and might cause famine. Some wanted to starve him and some wanted to shoot him with poisoned arrows. Killing Gulliver presented its own problems. They would not know how to dispose of such a large carcass.