Gulliver's Travels

Whom does lord munodi hold responsible for the work at his mill being miscarried and why? Explain.

Pg-234, Chapter-4

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He said, “that being then not very well with the court, and pressed by many of his friends, he complied with the proposal; and after employing a hundred men for two years, the work miscarried, the projectors went off, laying the blame entirely upon him, railing at him ever since, and putting others upon the same experiment,

with equal assurance of success, as well as equal disappointment.” (Page 162)


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