Gulliver's Travels

write a short note on the dutchman guliver met on the ship

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It is rather ironic that it is the Dutchman that is dastardly and malicious compared to the pirates that are fairly benign. The Dutchman betrays a fellow Christian out of greed and because he is just plain mean. He would like Gulliver killed. The Pirates, on the other hand, spare Gulliver's life.